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Why Your Workouts should be High-Intensity

Why should my workouts be high-intensity?

Many people suffering with chronic health problems avoid vigorous exercise thinking it is unsafe or because they think they don't have the stamina for it. This leads to a life of little to no physical activity, which leads to further health problems down the road.

What researchers have found, is that repeatedly pushing the body close to its exercise limits for very brief periods of time is far more effective than doing continuous moderate activity when it comes to improving cardiovascular, respiratory, metabolic and mechanical functions. So instead of wasting hours a week on a treadmill or recumbent bike, you can make huge strides in your health in only 1 or 2 brief high-intensity workout sessions per week.

High-intensity workout sessions involve only 30-60 seconds of exercise near the peak of your ability, followed by a brief recovery period. The intensity of your workout is tailored to your starting ability and ramped up each time as you progress. Results can be felt and seen in as little as 6 sessions.

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