If you want to lose fat (and not muscle) fast without doing hours of cardio every week, then you want to know more about high-intensity interval training.
Most of us learned at a young age that promises of “more for less” are usually a sham.
This is particularly true when we’re talking about fat loss.
All we have to do, we’re told by shady supplement companies, is pop their pills and powders and we’ll be shredded in no time?
No amount of supplements can get you the body you want. In fact, most supplements can’t even help you get the body you want–they’re just completely worthless.
All we have to do, we’re told by shady exercise “gurus,” is spend a couple of hours per week doing their workout routines and we’ll look like a Greek statue?
Getting into great shape may not be as complicated as many people think, but it requires that you get a lot of “little” things right ranging from caloric intake to macronutrient balance to progressive overload to training frequency and more.
“7 Minute Workouts” and fad dieting ain’t gonna cut it.
Now, if you’ve already heard of high-intensity interval training (also known as HIIT), you’ve probably heard a similar story: that it has near magical fat-burning powers.
That you can do just a few minutes per day and watch the fat melt off your body.
HIIT isn’t the alpha and omega of fat loss…but it can be a powerful weight-loss tool when you know how to use it properly.
And that’s what we’re going to talk about in this article: