No time to exercise? Here's how HIIT workouts can help.

Perceived lack of time is one of the most common personal barriers to exercise participation. It doesn't surprise me that bodyweight training and  HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) were the second and third Top Fitness Trends for  2016! Pure HIIT workouts are generally short and involve around 10-12 minute of aerobic, high intensity exercise with 1-4 minutes of low intensity recovery in between each interval, resulting in work to rest ratios of 1:1, or 1:4. Tabata is a similar model of training that I use and that has been shown to save time and provide similar aerobic fitness and health benefits of those of traditional, steady state training and sometimes superior benefits! SOMETIMES

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