HIIT – What Makes it Special?

Everyone who wants to lose fat it looking for something that's going to speed up there returns, to get your fat to fly off rather than just just inch off over months. I do not know anyone who is happy to spend years slogging it out trying to lose a few pounds. The key to losing fat is quickly not in how much you do, but rather what you do to lose it. There is a type of exercise that's pretty tough to do, but it will lose you three times as much fat, and in a third of the time it takes to do normal exercise. That basically relates to losing fat nine times faster than normal. This exercise is called HIIT or High Intensity Interval Training, and I will tell you exactly what makes this exercise so different and how it works.

Normal exercise and HIIT have a very interesting difference. Twenty minutes of normal cardio results in 20 minutes of fat burning; after this, an individual's body returns to its original state. HIIT is different because it allows 40 hours of burning fat content to be achieved in 20 minutes of interval training.

A unique process called EPOC is the principle behind burning fat from interval training. Your body is always either making new fat cells or converting the fat to energy. The main factor to affect this process, especially the sugar levels is the body energy against how much it needs at a certain time, among other causes.

Energy in your body is stored everywhere rather than just in fat cells. Even your muscles, blood cells, and liver all contain energy.

We need to focus on energy your muscles store. Energy is stored by the body as a reserve for its needs; never should the body be depleted of energy, otherwise, it will go haywire trying to restore the lost supply.

It can take up to 40 hours to replace the energy completely. In order to maintain your resting metabolic rate, it is important that you eat; but only eat enough to provide the energy you need. Since your body is searching quickly for energy to replace the muscle reserves after a session of HIIT, your resting metabolic rate is much higher. To do this first, your body will use your fat reserves. After a single session of HIIT, you will continue to burn fat even after 40 hours. Finishing a workout properly is necessary.

Source by Greg McKenzie