High-intensity interval training, also known as HIIT, is a training technique where you will be expected to give your all-out through quick, intense bursts of exercise, followed by short, less intensive recovery periods.
Bootcamps are fun and challenging group training programmes designed to build strength, endurance and agility. Expect a mix of aerobic, strength and speed based activity alternated with intervals of lighter activity.
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Yes! By incorporating HIIT into your workout routine, it can actually improve your oxygen consumption and have benefits on your heart rate. These can lead to improvements in strength training too.
On top of burning calories through an intensive HIIT session, the intensity of the workout also helps to keep your metabolic rate higher even after exercise, which keeps your body burning more calories.
No one exercise is better for weight loss. HIIT and strength training should be done in conjunction with one another for optimal results.