The top five reasons to use HIIT and calisthenics workout in your everyday life.

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H.I.I.T and canisthetics are commonly described as resistance training with your body weight. These workouts are scientifically proven way for building muscle, burning fat, and improving cardiovascular fitness. We will discuss five of the top researched benefits of H.I.I.T and calisthenics, making them your go-to workout.

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Anyone who follows the fitness news knows that H.I.I.T training and calisthenics have become another fad. But it is much more than that. Total-body workouts like calisthenics and high-intensity interval training which includes both cardio and resistance- are a scientifically proven way for building muscle, burning fat, and improving cardiovascular fitness.

Anyone who follows the fitness news knows that H.I.I.T training and calisthenics have become another fad. But it is much more than that. Total-body workouts like calisthenics and high-intensity interval training which includes both cardio and resistance- are a scientifically proven way for building muscle, burning fat, and improving cardiovascular fitness.

Total-body workouts- The foundation of the fitness industry. If you have never tried a hard-hitting, heavy-breathing H.I.I.T and calisthenics workout, there are many reasons why you should.

In this article, we will discuss five of the top researched benefits of H.I.I.T and calisthenics, making them your go-to workout.

Overview:

Calisthenics and H.I.I.T are commonly described as resistance training with your body weight.

High-intensity interval training (HIIT) is an advanced form of training that alternates between short, intense bursts of activity and fixed periods of less-intense activity or even complete rest. 

Both involve heavy workout like air-squats, running, grasping, jumping for a short amount of time, resting, then working again.

1. No Equipment Necessary:

This might be the best news.

When all the equipment you need for a workout is your own body, you don’t need a gym, a dumbbell or kettlebell to start. Running, biking, jump roping, and rowing all work great for calisthenics and H.I.I.T. There are dozens of parks in your neighborhood or city that are free for you to workout in. Air squats, sprints, high knees, burpees-there are so many bodyweight exercises for calisthenics and H.I.I.T.

2. Burn More Fat:

Excess body fat is an invitation to many diseases. It is important for the body to get rid of this excess body fat. Calisthenics and H.I.I.T work on the unwanted body fat accumulated in the body and help your body to get rid of it while maintaining your body in shape.

The body needs oxygen to burn fat. The more oxygen that gets inside your body, the more fat it can burn. Calisthenics and high-intensity training increases the body’s demand for oxygen during workout and even demand more oxygen during recovery. This elevated oxygen levels in the body will help burn fat and calories. Even after 24 hours of calisthenics and H.I.I.T, your body continues to burn fat.

  • Increased Efficiency:

HIIT and canisthetics are the most efficient forms of exercise you can do. They improve your body’s aerobic and anaerobic capacity. Anaerobic training builds muscle and aerobic fitness increases the body’s demand for oxygen. These workouts make your body stronger and healthy. Research shows that 27 minutes of H.I.I.T 3 times per week produces that same physiological effect as long-duration steady-state cardio 5 times per week.

Studies indicate that as little as 15 minutes of H.I.I.T can have the same effect as running for an entire hour.

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