High Intensity Training (HIT)

The feeling of accomplishing something you’ve dreamed of is worth a million bucks. That first time you push yourself to the limit and feel your body exceeding its capacity is unmatchable. This is why so many people are on the track to get in better shape. It’s not always the easiest task if you’re unfamiliar with proper techniques, but even a novice can start seeing benefits in no time. I’m going to cover some ways that are tried and true. These methods will get you in shape, have you feeling great and bring back happiness and confidence in your life.

A lot of people don’t have hours a day to put into their workout routine, and that is just fine. We all have busy schedules and obligations on our plate. So, what can you do to get in shape without spending your entire day at the gym? Various medical studies have proven that the length of your workout is not massively important; the most important factor is the intensity that you put into it. This means that you’re going to want to look for a High Intensity Training regime (also known as HIT) that will push you to your limits. There are many High Intensity Training programs available online and it is worth spending some time to find a program to suit you.

Resistance training and cardio workouts are a great place to start. Be sure to put a lot of intensity into your workouts and allow time for your muscles to recover from the training. This is very important, as it promotes healthy muscle growth. Training on various types of commercial gym equipment is another great option, just as long as you’re maintaining a high intensity level. Make sure that you keep your routines regular and never break your schedule. With High Intensity Training it is important to factor in a day of rest after a day or two of training to allow your body to recover.

On top of keeping a regular, intensity heavy workout regimen, you’re also going to want to follow a well-balanced diet. Avoid foods that are high in fat and always make sure that you consume a good amount of protein before and after workouts. This ensures that your body has enough energy to sustain energy levels and also promote proper muscle growth. Keeping a food journal that lists all of your calorie intake as well as your calories burned can also be beneficial. Once you’ve kept the journal long enough, you’ll start to be able to accurately estimate how many calories you’re eating and burning without it. Recording what you are eating throughout the day will also make you feel more conscious and should help you to resist snacking on unhealthy foods.

This article has been written by Gym Equipment UK, Europe’s leading suppliers of commercial fitness equipment