Tag: HIIT

  • What is HIIT? | HIIT Examples | Pros & Cons

      HIIT training has revolutionised the format of the fitness industry in recent times and has provided an alternative to typical workout methodologies. The aim of this article is to provide you with an insight into HIIT training, how it works, what its benefits are and what its disadvantages are. What exactly is HIIT? HIIT […]

  • LISS vs HIIT | The Lowdown on Low Intensity Steady State Cardio

    Are you Team LISS or Team HIIT? Find out why these two forms of cardio shouldn’t be pitched against each other. Here’s the low down on low intensity, steady state cardio. We all know that cardio has its place in a fat loss phase. But debate still rages over LISS vs HIIT: which is better […]

  • 6 Simple Fat Loss Tips

    In my personal experience with training clients, fat loss is by far the most common practice, and here I explain how best to do it! Strength Training. Firstly, and most importantly, don’t neglect strength training. Your primary goal here is to lose fat, not weight, and whilst losing fat you want to preserve, or even […]

  • How Do You Lose Fat?

    Surely it should be simple? You eat less food and become more active, right? Well I am afraid to say it is simply not that easy. With so much conflicting advice out there, I wanted to put together a blog post giving my personally tested 3 steps to fat loss. CARB CYCLING. I am a […]

  • High Intensity Interval Training – Heart Rate and Rest Times

    High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) is arguably the most time efficient workout technique for fat loss. Up until very recently, HIIT was used primarily by Olympic athletes and high level sports competitors to increase speed work in a variety of different sports. In the fitness industry today HIIT is the fastest growing training technique, increasing […]

  • High or Low Intensity Cardio

    For those of us that want to burn some extra calories to bring our waists back in check, cardiovascular exercise is the preferred tool. Typically, there are two types of cardio: low intensity and long duration (often referred to as steady state) or high intensity and short duration, normally performed in intervals (often referred to […]