High Intensity Interval Training Guide

National Guide to Fitness & Health 2014/15 – Released

High Intensity Interval Training is hitting the fitness ground running. Its unique training program offers benefits such as shorter cardio sessions that increase your fitness levels faster than cardio workouts that keep you going at a long and steady pace. Pro-Visual Publishing, in collaboration with the Australian Fitness Network, have released their annual National Guide to Fitness & Health 2014/15 with a focus on High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) workouts informing the reader how to do basic HIIT training to maximise workouts and tips on how to keep nutritionally balanced specifically for HIIT.

This years guide covers everything for beginners from explaining what HIIT is, to informing readers about why it is beneficial, and how it should be used. It also offers examples for different types of exercises you can do with the use of gym equipment such as treadmills and rowing machines, and no equipment exercises like burpees, mountain climbers and jumping jacks. Along with those exercises is an example HIIT workout plan incorporating the different types of exercises.

Nutrition is also highlighted with a specific focus on how to fuel yourself before and after a HIIT workout. The importance of a high carbohydrate rich diet is discussed and examples are given of what types of carbohydrates should be consumed. Furthermore, water and keeping a balanced diet are the other two important points covered and explained.

“I would like to thank all of the sponsors of the National Guide to Fitness & Health 2014/15. Their support has made it possible for the Guide to be distributed free of charge” – John Hutchings, CEO, Pro-Visual Publishing.

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