SS Logo.png

HiiT Workout Class

A workout that alternates between intense burst of activity and rest.

  • 30 minutes
  • 6 British pounds
  • Rutland Active Hub, Oakham Enterprise Park, 18d Ashwell Road, Oakham LE15 7TU

Service Description

HIIT training is great for those who are short on time as a way of maximising your time spent in the gym. A typical HIT session, not including your warm up, would last a maximum of 20 minutes. HIIT training leads to greater EPOC (excess post-exercise oxygen consumption) when compared to continuous exercise. This means that after you have finished exercising, your body will continue to burn calories at a higher rate than normal. HIIT can essentially be used by anyone, unless your doctor has advised you not to partate in vigorous exercise, in which case you should aim to improve your fitness and other health markers before embarking on a HIIT training programme. If you find continuous training monotonous, HIIT can be a great choice as the constant change of pace can keep you engaged throughout your workout. The main reason to choose HIIT is the time efficiency compared to continuous exercise, but you must be willing to work at a hard enough intensity to compensate for the reduced time you spend exercising. What to bring * Bottled water * Towel * Do not let me beat you! Requirements * Follow simple brief * All standards welcome Itinerary * Start & stop training * Cardiovascular based * Total body strength workout * Strength endurance training * Interval running * Proven solution results

Upcoming Sessions

Contact Details

+44 7855594145

info@sprintingspeed.com

Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Northamtonshire, Yorkshire East Midlands, UK