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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.
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"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. "