Read This: How Sprint Intervals Burns Stubborn Fat.

Running sprint intervals doesn’t have to be hard or complicated. In fact, it’s probably one of the easiest, and maybe even the funnest exercises that you can do.

Maybe that’s because it harkens back to those childhood days and gives you that feeling of complete freedom that so many of us miss.

This short article gives a quick and concise explanation of how to do sprint intervals and why you want to add them to your exercise routine. Enjoy.

 

Sprint intervals help you burn stubborn fat faster. Sprinting is one of the best ways to get your total body lean and toned.

Short bursts are proven fat burners. Train fast.

It is one of the least used exercises done by general exercisers. And, you don’t have to be fast, just run as fast as you can! To avoid injuries, always sprint on surfaces like grass, rubber floors or sand and never run on hard surfaces like concrete or asphalt. Get the full story here

High Intensity Interval Training Workouts

My friend Rusty Moore has just put up a post on his website Fitness Black Book that outlines and incredible workout without lifting weights.
The blog post points out that those of us who are more fit will get greater benefits from brief intense workouts.

Fit people produce much more glycerol after a workout than someone who is not in as good of shape. Glycerol levels are an indicator of fat breakdown. Fit people burn much more fat after a brief workout than people who are not as fit (even when doing an identical workout).

His article goes into great detail of why this is and what the research shows. Plus, he ends his article with an excellent workout routine that you can work into your personal exercise without weights program.

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