Turn It Up Tuesday and The Most Effective Method For Burning Body Fat
Turn It Up Tuesday, February 5, 2013 is about burning body fat by putting the hit into H.I.I.T (High Intensity Interval Training) training. You have probably heard of other coined terms for this principle: Metabolic Conditioning, Muscle Confusion, Metabolic Training and the list goes on every time a new home workout program or workout DVD set is released. However, even with this principle being fairly old, most do not fully understand the importance of interval training or why and who can use it. Read on to find out the answers to these questions and why you should be practicing interval training on a routine basis.
Who should use interval-training methods?
Interval training is for anyone. I know what you are thinking, “does that mean I should be able to do P90X, Insanity or the Jillian Michael workouts?” In a way it does, but those are some of the most advanced versions. Even with names like High Intensity Interval Training or Metabolic Conditioning, interval training can be for all ability levels. The worst thing a fitness newbie can do is jump into a program they are totally unready for. This can cause instant burnout, overtraining syndrome and potentially worse outcomes. Finding the right level of interval training requires taking an honest look at one’s fitness level, examining your daily physical activity and making a full commitment towards positive change. From there the path is easy along with the right guidance.
Why should I interval train?
Interval training is one of the most effective training methods for targeting body fat and can be done in almost any environment or training style. Steady State Cardio or pushing the aerobic and endurance capacity has a much lower rate for burning body fat calories in contrast to interval training. Interval training is the proven method for burning body fat, due to the quick rise in target heart rate zones, allowing one’s body to pull from this calorie source optimally. One can do this by simply adding in stretches of walking at a faster pace, then walking at a normal pace. Jogging, then sprinting. Adding plyometric or burnout sets into a strength training program and the list goes on. Intervals can truly be used for all ability levels and programs. It just takes smart training practices and application for incorporating this into one’s home workout program, work, traveling or gym routine.
Who’s the best source for interval training methods?
Workout Anywhere by RundleFit of course! Literally we are. That sounds bold, and we know we are new to the online world, but our fat burning training methods are proven within every ability level and fitness goal. We have had a long tenure of working with the most novice or restricted fitness level, to Special Forces and collegiate athletes. We have worked with a number of people who experienced burnout or overtraining syndrome from some of the most popular home workouts programs. Don’t get me wrong, these programs offer great workout solutions. However, they still have areas that could be improved upon, and that is exactly what we provide. Our own signature method with scalable, all ability level workouts solutions, in a fast, effective and transportable manner.
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