Is it Possible to Lose Weight With Just 1 Minute Per Day?
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CHICAGO - illiNews -- There is no doubt that High Intensity Interval Training (H.I.I.T.) is a trend worth watching in the exercise world. So many people talk about it these days and there is a buzz in all types of media. It is also sometimes called the one minute weight loss routine, because you alternate those periods of all out activity with work that is at about 50 per cent. Here we will explore what people are saying about H.I.I.T. in terms of effectiveness and the results that they have obtained.

People who tout success with this regime seem to get help to ensure that they are doing it right. However, if you are doing it on your own, then studies show that too much of a good thing can be bad. Aside from the build up of too much lactic acid, which can lead to muscle fatigue, you might also be putting your body into fight or flight mode. You might also be releasing too much cortisol, which can be detrimental to your body. For this reason, researchers suggest that thirty to forty minutes a week of high intensity is the maximum. If you tend to be the type of person who has no holds barred, you could actually be going too hard.

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You've probably seen your favorite You Tuber or celebrity slamming that medicine ball on their Instagram or in their videos. Your view of the kettle bell has probably forever changed- that is if you even had one before. But actually delving into this work out will require a trainer, a class, or boot camp if you want to really get an introduction for yourself. You also might want to invest in a Polar A370 watch with an H10 chest strap or something of that nature if you want to really measure your heart rate. And then, get ready to immerse yourself in this work-out revolution. Just don't forget to take your before and after photos.

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