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HIIT

Classic Gymboss timers and miniMAX timers are made to keep your HIIT workouts efficient and effective. Both timers can be set for two intervals (2 seconds to 99 minutes), and rounds or repeats up to 99 times. The miniMAX allows programming up to 25 different intervals for interval ladders to increase the length of work and decrease the length of recovery during a workout. At the end of each interval, Gymboss vibrates or beeps to let you know when it is time to work or rest – no more watching the clock!

HIIT

Classic Gymboss timers and miniMAX timers are made to keep your HIIT workouts efficient and effective. Both timers can be set for two intervals (2 seconds to 99 minutes), and rounds or repeats up to 99 times. The miniMAX allows programming up to 25 different intervals for interval ladders to increase the length of work and decrease the length of recovery during a workout. At the end of each interval, Gymboss vibrates or beeps to let you know when it is time to work or rest – no more watching the clock!

  • Posted 06-27-2015
    In Workouts, HIIT, Interval Training & Running

    Want to increase the amount of fat burn in far less time? Hate that long, boring steady state treadmill cardio? Us too! This HIIT (high intensity interval training) treadmill workout from Mark Moon and muscleandfitess.com may be your answer. HIIT workouts can burn up to "nine times more fat than traditional cardiovascular exercise because your metabolism stays elevated more than 24 hours afterwards." This is often referred to as the afterburn effect. Continue reading →

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  • Posted 05-26-2015
    In Workouts, HIIT & Interval Training

    Question - What is one awesome benefit of doing interval based training instead of steady state cardio? Answer - Burning calories long after the workout is complete! While steady state cardio certainly has its place, who doesn't want to keep burning calories and fat and reaping the benefits of your hard work even when the workout is done? This is one reason why interval training has become so popular lately. Continue reading →

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  • Posted 05-23-2015
    In Workouts & HIIT

    How do you start an intense HIIT training program? Slowly! Extremely high intense training should not be your first session, it is something you need to build up too. It takes some prep work to get your body ready to do a very high intense interval training program. If you are new to HIIT training, you can ease into it...

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  • Posted 04-24-2015
    In Workouts & HIIT

    What is not to love about high intensity interval training (HIIT)? HIIT workouts are generally short in length, produces the much sought-after "afterburn effect", while at the same time increasing your aerobic fitness. Even better is that there are so many different individual exercises that work well with HIIT, that the workout possibilities are almost endless. Continue reading →

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  • Posted 04-13-2015
    In Workouts, HIIT & Interval Training

    Are you looking lose shred just a tad more bodyfat? Or maybe just lose that last couple pounds? Then, this is the workout for you! This workout is by Chad House and mensfitness.com. It is called a "workout finisher". Continue reading →

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