Where Interval Training goes Wrong

Where Interval Training goes Wrong

As you may have heard, high-intensity interval training (HIIT) is considered the way to go for weight loss, a faster metabolism, improved aerobic capacity, and even the reversal of insulin resistance. 

Let me pump the brakes on all of that. Interval training is great. It has many benefits. But the changes you will feel and experience are different than what they appear on paper. 

More importantly, if you’re going to unlock all of the real benefits of intervals and high-intensity exercise, then you need to pay close attention to how you apply HIIT training to your life. Because, as the cliche goes, “one person’s meat, is another person’s poison.”

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