Personal Trainer / Life Coach

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 Sometimes, it is not the conventional methods that are most effective. Since more and more people have been getting into the habit of staying fit and healthy, ones options have democratized even farther.
 
 
High Intensity Interval Training is all about speed. Speed during exercises - it's intense. Speed during workouts - usually they last between 30-45 minutes and speed for results - an HIIT workout will burn up to 9 times more fat than a similar cardio workout. It is mostly used for individuals trying to lose weight but the rate at which it can make you fitter makes it valuable for all types of exercise. It has a number of distinct goals and differences which make it unique.
 

Kettlebell Training is one of the most effective weight loss methods that is new to the fitness scene. Kettlebell training is good for overall fitness – It is hard to describe what ‘fitness’ actually means. Every person has a different a picture in their mind of what a “fit” person looks and feels like. For some it would be long distance runners, others imagine big and brawny power lifters. However, some say (and I agree with them) that a fit person is the one who performs well in 3 areas – strength, cardiovascular and flexibility.Overall fitness is impossible to achieve by carrying out only one kind of exercises. So, kettlebell training is the best as it integrates all the three areas – muscular strength, cardiovascular strength and flexibility. It is a win, win, win situation :) .

Tabata Interval Training is the single most effective type of high intensity interval training, its also the most intense by far, and surprisingly its the shortest in duration, it only last for four minutes... but those four minutes produce remarkable effects.

Lose Fat, Get Fit in four minutes

Tabata training was discovered by Dr. Izumi Tabata and a team of researchers from the National Institute of Fitness and Sports in Tokyo. Dr. Tabata discovered that this kind of interval training produces much better results than aerobic training. This included building as much muscular endurance as forty five minutes of normal cardio training.