Hungry Runner

"The takeaway of both studies is that it is best, if you wish to perform high-intensity interval training, to stick to what is well documented as effective: a few sessions per week of 30- or 60-second intervals so strenuous you moan, followed by a minute or so of blessed recovery, and a painful repetition or four. Done correctly, such sessions, in my experience, get you out of the gym quickly and inspire truly inventive cursing."

How to Get Git in a Few Minutes a Week

theactivetimes:

20-Minute At-Home HIIT Workout
Perform 8 rounds of each exercise, 20 seconds at a time with just 10 seconds rest between each 20-second bout. Take 1 minute rest between exercise rounds. For rounds 2, 4, and 5 alternate between exercises A and B.
(Click through for a list of exercises.)

theactivetimes:

20-Minute At-Home HIIT Workout

Perform 8 rounds of each exercise, 20 seconds at a time with just 10 seconds rest between each 20-second bout. Take 1 minute rest between exercise rounds. For rounds 24, and 5 alternate between exercises A and B.

(Click through for a list of exercises.)

(Source: theactivetimes.com)

25-minute HIIT Workout! I did this on the elliptical today, but it can totally work on the treadmill, the bike, or even running outside! The key is to up the intensity as you progress through the workout.

25-minute HIIT Workout! I did this on the elliptical today, but it can totally work on the treadmill, the bike, or even running outside! The key is to up the intensity as you progress through the workout.

Treadmill Boredom Buster!

Wipe away your tears of treadmill boredom with this 3-mile HIIT, interval workout. Three miles on the “dreadmill” never felt so fast!

Treadmill Boredom Buster!

Wipe away your tears of treadmill boredom with this 3-mile HIIT, interval workout. Three miles on the “dreadmill” never felt so fast!

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