Had some very interesting reviews when we were discussing the HIIT method of exercise to potential coverts, exercise enthusiasts and exercise professionals.
The term high intensity interval training (HIIT) of which I am fortunate enough to hold a high level of expertise in the professional field, is rather self explanatory to most exercise professionals.
But take a step back, and thinking about exercise enthusiasts or beginners, especially those coming from a rehabilitation scenario due to injury, and the term "high intensity" in many cases immediately brings to mind hard, gruelling, weight filled workouts, almost a confusion with cross-fit, when the term HIIT exercise is raised.
So I wanted to ensure that potential converts to HIIT exercise, and especially the 30 Minute Blitz that has been so successful with its' efficient results in weight loss, fitness, strength, conditioning and general wellbeing, were able to feel comfortable in the knowledge that our high intensity program can also include programs that deliver low impact, what we call high intensity low impact (HILI) exercise.
It was great to see the Daily Bulletin take on my article and publish it yesterday to their many online readers so that they could learn more of the 30 Minute Blitz and the low impact programs that will benefit all levels of customers, from the advanced professionals to the very beginners coming back into exercise from illness and injury.
You can check out the featured article on the Daily Bulletin at http://www.dailybulletin.com.au/health/26858-hiit-doesn-t-have-to-be-high-impact-it-can-be-low-impact-as-well