Lose weight Among so many options of activities that help you lose weight, there is the aero HIIT. But do you know how it works?
Aero HIIT is a variation of HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training), a workout that combines high-intensity movements with short rest intervals.
The difference between the two is that in aero HIIT the classes are done with background music, so that the exercises become a kind of choreography. Therefore, it is a much more dynamic activity.
However, before starting any kind of physical activity, especially intense ones like the HIIT aero, it is important to do a medical evaluation. This way, it is possible to identify health problems or impediments, avoiding injuries.
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HIIT aerobics can have several benefits, so here are some of them:
- Improves endurance;
- Increases flexibility;
- Improves motor coordination;
- It speeds up the metabolism;
- It helps control blood pressure;
- Improved cardiorespiratory fitness, which makes you more fit for other high-intensity sports such as running and cycling;
- It helps maintain heart health;
- It reduces stress;
- Finally, the classes can burn anywhere from 10 to 400 calories.
How an aero HIIT class works
To practice the modality, it is enough to perform any aerobic activity, such as biking, running, rowing, and jumping rope, for example. But at a certain point of the exercise, you must increase the pace.
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Generally, the classes last 10 to 20 minutes and are divided into difficulty levels. Also, if you are entering the fitness world, choose to perform this modality 3 to 5 times a week, every other day.