Fat Shredder

Fat Shredder Class

High-intensity interval training (HIIT),  offers the best of both worlds: it’s quick and incredibly effective, offering maximized calorie burn, optimized fat burning and other benefits (like the increased production of human growth hormone (HGH), also known as “the fitness hormone”).

About Tabata HIIT training

Tabata, also known as the four minute workout that will have you out of breath and your heart racing, is perfect for someone seeking to experience results when time restraint is an issue. With busy schedules and fitness goals, the busy schedule usually wins.

The good news is Tabata training is short on time and tough on fat! Better defined, it’s exercising at 170% of your VO2 max; in layman’s terms, it means 100 percent maximal intensity. By the end of the four minutes, you should feel like you’re completely exhausted.

Tabata is a unique form of cardiovascular exercise that delivers more health benefits than virtually all traditional physical exercises. The great thing about Tabata training is virtually any exercise, both in the gym and out, from sprinting to weightlifting, can be used in this training style.

Although this training method seems to be one of the newest fitness fads, it’s actually been around for quite some time. It was developed in 1996 by a Japanese professor named Izumi Tabata, who used Tabata Training methods on the Japanese Olympic speed skating team. Tabata is one of the few training styles to have incredible anabolic and cardiovascular effects on the body quickly.

Benefits of Fat Shredder Class by FIT23
  • Burn fat
  • Functional Movement Improvement
  • Gain fundamental Strength
  • Force your body coordination
  • Train in a group to get stronger
  • Anaerobic and Aerobic Capacity Increase

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