High Intensity, Interval Training (HIIT), also called 'metabolic training' due to its metabolic effects.
Scientific research shows that when compared to medium and long-term endurance training, more results regarding health and fitness are achieved by spending up to 90% less training and up to 67% less time.
In a time when the time has become such a valuable commodity, HIIT's popularity is no surprise.
Research also suggests that this training method is not only limited to improving fitness (eg aerobic and anaerobic performance), but also provides positive health improvements in blood pressure, glucose sensitivity, cardiovascular diseases, but also increase in lean body weight and muscle strength due to exercise choice.
Another attractive aspect is that, compared to the traditional methods, it is observed that the participants who practice this method enjoy their workout more.