FitnessU: HIIT—a fast way to fit

 
The days of the hour-long treadmill slog are behind us, friends. You can get all of the benefits of a longer workout in a fraction of the time. It’s not magic; it’s HIIT, a form of interval training combining short spurts of all-out effort with periods of complete rest. You go all in during the activity bursts, which means you tap out (and get fit) in less time than a traditional workout. Ready to give it a go? Our trainer shows you the way.

The warm-up

Get more info about HIIT—and the moves you’ll be using—while you get your body ready to try it.

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The workout

Follow along with our trainer as she takes you through three rounds of each move.

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The cool-down

Take it down a notch with this stretching sequence.

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