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Summary

HIIT or high intensity interval training is one of the best forms of exercise for almost every fitness goal there is. When you look at it together with traditional forms of cardio exercise it comes to the top every time and, even better, you can reach your daily exercise goal in a fraction of the time it would normally take you. Get the best results in all of these areas:  

  • Lose weight
  • Burn fat more efficiently
  • Work harder, increasing your anaerobic threshold
  • Improve your VO2 max
  • More efficient release of endorphins, giving you a real feel-good factor
  • Improve your performance in the field
  • More enjoyment out of your exercise regime

Why is HIIT so successful?  

Because it combines short burst of high intensity exercise with longer recovery periods making the exercise way more enjoyable than it ever used to be. 

Astonishingly, not many people are truly aware of HIIT and what it can do for them! Don’t be one of them - listen to this guide and learn just what HIIT can do for you, how effective it is, and how you can slash your exercise times but get far better results. 

Learn how to exercise effectively with a sample training plan, including exercises that you can do anywhere, anytime.  

Learn how to put together your own HIIT training plan, designed to target your goals effectively and efficiently.  

Learn how to change your life for the better and buy this audiobook today!

©2017 Joshua King (P)2018 Joshua King

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Fantastic.

I have been looking for a book that included nutrition as well as exercise suggestions. I had no idea this book would entail as much as it did as far as the breakdown between carbs, proteins, and fats.

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Marvelous.

This is my go to book for everything I want to know about getting in shape, loosing fat and eating healthy. I have even given this away as a gift.

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Good !!!

The book explains HIIT is a way that is easy to grasp. It is changing how I work out. Time will tell the results. I appreciated the explanation of differences between dynamic, static, and developmental stretches and the examples of each.

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Very well written book for the novice !!!

Very well written book for the novice. I now feel completely prepared to start my new regime and feel confident in what I'm doing.

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Good !!!

The author explains the whole procedure in such a clear way that it motivates you to exercise and it doesn't feel like a chore. I live in a place where I have lots of stairs to climb down to get to the beach which takes my breath away but after learning the tips in this book I will be able to handle those stairs much easier.

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Five star.

This is a fascinating book, giving the reader an overall understanding of making one's life healthier The first thing to state is that this is not "a diet book." This is a book about growing physically, psychologically and spiritually toward your higher, better self.

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Easy to read.

I spaced the reading out over just a few days. The evolutionary history was a bonus. The bit about the connection between lactic acid buildup, pain, and endorphins has made me appreciate the burn. The book explains HIIT is a way that is easy to grasp. It is changing how I work out. Time will tell the results.

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Excellent !!!

Excellent and very thorough in its presentation. as a man of 77, it is a very hallenging concept/but i continue to try and improve.

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Nice Book!!!

I’ve been an athlete since I was a kid and always taken pride in hard word being my advantage. That mindset has served me well. However, if I could have funneled that energy into this kind of training no telling where it could have led.

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  • Christie Camizzi
  • 23-01-19

NO PDF???

How on earth can this audiobook not have a PDF? This is a difficult book to listen to without any visual or tools to take with you to the gym, very disappointing.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 19-01-19

Nothing new

only for people who does not have any idea about hiit. If you are new then go ahead

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  • Beatrice Koeller
  • 04-06-18

Informative Book....

I liked this book because it described everything from what the exercises were and how to perform them. It explained how to get your body fat percentage and gave modifications and steps of HIT. This book was a big hit for me.

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  • Claude Payne
  • 03-06-18

Hands down the BEST workout book EVER...

I love this book. I am new to HIIT. I have started at the beginning and am working my way through the workouts. The instructions are clear, the workouts are doable and it work their way up in intensity. Great color pictures and guidance!

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  • Rufus Alexander
  • 03-06-18

Good Book on HIIT !!!

I've been doing HIIT for quite a while. I was investigating it in 2008 utilizing a "Gymboss" clock and a Polar heart rate screen. Today I go to a HIIT class once per week at my exercise center and do my own routine on a treadmill one more day amid the week. I think this book is composed well, makes them intrigue data from a few examinations regarding the matter. I do differ with the writer on utilizing a treadmill to do High Intensity Intervals. I do it consistently with great outcomes.

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  • Donita Stewart
  • 03-06-18

Perfect resource for beginners !!!

This book is the ideal manual for HIIT exercises, and incorporates amazing exercise designs. The exercise designs incorporate level 1-3, with an appraisal to enable you to make sense of where to begin. The designs are on the whole versatile, so you can alter them as required for your body. You needn't bother with weights, groups or some other gear to utilize the exercises in this book. Combine the book with a decent interim clock like Intervals Pro, and you have all that you have to get fit as a fiddle!

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  • JIMMY
  • 03-06-18

I Recommend this Book...

Incredible short and basic clarification of the viability and motivation behind HIIT. Extraordinary for any individual who does not have any desire to peruse a full-length book regarding the matter.

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  • Emma Little
  • 03-06-18

A decent book !!!

I found out about interims a year ago and joined them in my cycling program. Long story short I could show signs of improvement brings about less measure of preparing time. Out of the blue I could complete a century in less than 5 hrs, so I know they work. Prepare however on the grounds that they hurt! ....in a decent way.

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  • Angel Alexis
  • 03-06-18

A awesome program !!!

It's pleasant to return to it.This is the sort of preparing I used amid my 21 years dynamic obligation military administration and it works. Since being resigned, I made tracks in an opposite direction from it and fell into more CT programs.

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  • IVIS
  • 03-06-18

This book was great !!!

I got the vast majority of the data I require from this book on HIIT. What was missing was an approach to adjust it to me particularly as I have some medical problems that make a portion of the data confounding. Since perusing the book, I have discovered some different wellsprings of data that addressed those inquiries for me.