Updated: Jun 21, 2020
HIT gets big results in a small amount of time.
HIT, which stands for High Intensity Training, is where you work to your max effort for a short burst, recover and then repeat. This allows you to continuously spike your heart rate and reach your max training zone. Rather than a workout that's a long jog at a steady pace, think of HIT as switching back and forth between an all-out sprint and recovering.
“Not only is it efficient, but you can do a HIP workout anywhere, no equipment needed."
Adding HIT to your routine twice a week is enough to be transformative, yet protects you from burning out. It can produce a metabolic afterburner that will have you forcing calories for hours post-workout.