HIIT

vs. 

HILIT

HIIT is high intensity interval training, it is defined as repeated bouts of high intensity effort (which varies person to person) followed by varied recovery times...often including explosive/plyometric movements

vs.

HILIT is high intensity LOW IMPACT training, so it will still be high intensity, but no plyometric movements

Why HIIT?

8 Reasons HIIT Workouts Are So Effective

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HIIT Class Timeline

5 Minutes Warm Up

[9 Exercises, 40-45 seconds of work and 20-15 seconds of rest]

9 Minutes of Round 1

1 Minute Rest/Recovery

9 Minutes of Round 2

6 Minutes of Core Work

5 Minutes of Cool Down

What You Need

Internet/Zoom access

A yoga/exercise mat or a towel

 

A sturdy chair (optional-not needed for every workout)

 

A good attitude :) I will show how to increase or decrease intensity as needed, give class your best effort and have fun!