How To Do HIIT Sprints To Speed Up Your Weight Loss


HIIT sprints

Do you find your cardio routine is not getting you the weight loss you want? Are you leaving the gym, not sweating much and not feeling like you had a great workout?

Worry not, because the cardio method I'm going to share with you is my all time favorite way of losing weight and burning stubborn belly fat fast! In fact this is the exact method I used to achieve my first sight of my six pack abs, roughly 8 years ago now.

What is HIIT anyway? HIIT stands for High Intensity Interval Training.

In simple terms, short bursts of all out intensity, followed by a short break.

"Sprinting is my all time favorite way of burning fat and losing weight fast."

HOW I STARTED SPRINTING TO GET MY FIRST ABS

Now 8 years ago, I had a vision to sculpt my first six pack abs...

I wanted to achieve them so bad, but it just wasn't working for me and I had no clue why...

I was eating 'healthy' and doing my usual 100+ crunches per day, but my doughnut shaped stomach was only getting bigger....

After doing some research I learned that I actually had to perform some cardio and that the best form of cardio was Sprints...

I was quite used to sprinting, so I thought, hey why not?

I started going to the park by myself and sprinting my heart out...

I would sprint for 20-30 secs, rest for about 1 minute max between rounds and then repeat that over 10-15 times.

On a few occasions I would vomit, because my body wasn't used to that crazy intensity.

It felt weird, but somehow invigorating and I felt great because not only was my fitness improving, but I started seeing rapid weight loss and my belly fat started burning like crazy....

Every day I would wake up to some new ab definition and I was eager to go to the park and smash some more sprints.

Now 8 years later, my methods have stayed consistent, but slightly changed as I prefer to use the Treadmill at my apartment gym.

I prefer to use the Treadmill For my HIIT Sprints because I can accurately gauge how fast I'm running and for how long...

So that I can increase my intensity week by week, when I need to, to make sure I'm constantly challenging myself.

The great thing I love about sprints is that I actually feel like I've had a great workout, sweating, breathing hard and heart pounding intensely...

All within a 10 minute cardio workout. Crazy right?