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Should we go hard or take it nice and slow

High-intensity interval (or Intermittent) training (HIIT) is a form of interval training, alternating short periods of intense anaerobic exercise with less intense recovery periods while steady state cardio is a steady continuous cardio workout. It’s important to incorporate both forms of exercise to your routine to mix things up and get the heart rate pumping.


"HIIT involves pushing your body well out of its comfort zone for anywhere from five seconds to eight minutes, depending on the workout you're doing."

"Steady-state or moderate-intensity cardio is what many of us are used to. This involves exercising at a consistent speed and level of intensity for the entire workout. "

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