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burns way more calories and in a shorter amount of time than your basic steady-paced cardio exercises. For example, just 10 minutes of HIT training is way more effective and burns more calories than 30 minutes of running on the treadmill. And not only are you burning more calories but HIT training has an after-burn effect which can last up to 24 hours that helps you to continue to burn calories even after you've finished working out. Forcing maximum effort, like when you do in high-intensity interval training is gonna get you more conditioned to intense training which will help you get through your workouts a lot more consistently and have you progressing a lot more over time. In my personal opinion, I just think that cardio, it's a very low-impact exercise and you're doing very minimal effort for a longer period of time. So yeah, sure, you're gonna be burning fat but there's a lot more efficient ways. If you're already gonna be putting in the time you might as well be trying to get the maximum out of your time


Overall, HIT produces the same health benefits and more in a shorter period of time. So if you're trying to find the best way to burn fat then it's got to be high-intensity interval training and today I've collected my favorite HIT exercises, put them all into a workout routine so we can do a HIT work out that's gonna have you burning fat today, guys. We're gonna start off with high knee raises and we're gonna go for 45 seconds on, 15 seconds off, for seven exercises straight. If you guys are ready, let's get started. (upbeat hip-hop music) Bring those knees up, guys. Tighten that core and regulate that breathing. Even though we're going intense we want that perfect form. (upbeat hip-hop music) Push it, guys, push it. 15 more seconds. (upbeat hip-hop music) Woo! All right, next we're gonna go into burpees. This is the best way to really get the most out of 10 minutes. I'm already fired up in the first 45 seconds so we're gonna work for this one, burpees

 Let's do it. (intense hip-hop music) You guys want to try to be as explosive as possible. (intense hip-hop music) If you guys can't bring your knees all the way up just go like that. But don't stop, guys, keep it up. (intense hip-hop music) Let's make that last one count. Woo! All right, next we're gonna be moving into switching mountian climbers. (heavy breathing) You guys need to stop, take that breath, catch your breath but jump right back in. Here we go. (melodic hip-hop music) All right, don't just move through these exercises, guys. Squeeze all those muscles in your body, squeeze that core. Every time you bring one knee up, squeeze. Make every single rep count. Don't forget to regulate that breathing

The better your breathing is, the easier it's gonna be to go through all of this. Five more seconds. Here we go, push it. (melodic hip-hop music) All right, next we have hanging knee raises. We're gonna switch it up. We've been on our hands for a bit. Let's move up to hanging. (intense hip-hop music) Squeeze, guys, squeeze those hands. Squeeze your feet together. Don't swing, lift with the core. (intense hip-hop music) Keep it going guys, we're almost there. We got 10 seconds left. (intense hip-hop music) Last ones, making them count. Squeeze. All right, now we're gonna go back onto the floor, go to some in and outs. You see this constant switching it up, changing the heart rate, this is what really helps that high intensity. It's about going high-intensity for intervals of time. Really pushing it for a period of time and then slowing that heart rate down and going back up. Constantly switching it up. And that's the key to HIT training. Kick the feet, you gotta push it, that's the main thing. It's not for lazy people, that's for sure

Keep a tight grip on the floor, guys. Keep a tight grip on the core. Always engage to really get the most out of every rep. (intense hip-hop music) All right, next we're gonna move on. This is kind of tough, l-sit kicks. So legs up. (melodic hip-hop music) If you guys need to take a seat for this one go right ahead. This is a very tough move. (upbeat hip-hip music) If you guys are starting to feel it you can just hold this position or hold that position, use one leg or the other one. But as long as you keep that tight amount of tension this is a very effective move. (melodic hip-hop music) Whoa. All right, last move guys. We're going plank knees to elbow. Let's get down, make these last ones count. You're gonna go knee all the way to the elbow, back down. Squeeze those glutes, squeeze the core the whole time. Activate those shoulders, everything should be activated. We got this, we're almost there. (intense hip-hop music) So that's round one.

As you can see, I'm definitely breaking a sweat and I definitely put in a lot more work than if I was just running on the treadmill or doing some type of steady-based cardio for that same amount of time. So you can see why high-intensity interval training is gonna be a lot more effective than cardio. I've got three more rounds to go and that's gonna complete today's high-intensity interval training workout. If you guys liked this video definitely smash that like button and for workouts just like this, to get in the best shape of your life sign up right now to, become a member and get full access to all our workout programs, technique guides, and daily workouts that are gonna have you shredded.

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