Are you ready for bikini time? With many Austin fitness workouts to chose from, we have two 30 minute workouts that will do the job for you quickly. These classes are called Impact Kickboxing and MMA Strength.
We’re talking reducing your body fat, getting more lean and tone, and liking the way you look in your swimsuit – as fast as possible!.
Read further – this is a quick read – about a quick workout with classes that are just 30 minutes long. It is not a long distance, marathon workout that takes too much time. Many fitness workouts and classes aren’t as effective as you want, and you’ll lose interest and never stick with them.
Here’s how to get the body you want, and in a short amount of time. It begins with:
Changing your thinking. If you believe that more is better than you haven’t been reading about the latest scientific breakthrough research involving fitness. The American College of Sports medicine has recently confirmed what we have been saying for years, short high intensity interval workouts are the best way to get fit fast. Here are several reasons why.
- After-Burn – While long drawn out cardio workouts may burn fat during the workout, this is a minimal amount of fat. High intensity interval training creates an after-burn where your body continues to burn fat up to 72 hours after the workout. In fact, as soon as you start to burn fat during your workout, your body is triggered to retain fat for future fuel, just the opposite of after-burn.
- Less Time – You are much more likely to jump in and do a 30 minute workout than to commit to an hour or hour and a half to a full blown gym workout or long boring jog.
- More Enjoyable – “I look forward to this workout all day”! We hear this all the time as people walk through the door, and as it turns out there is a scientific reason for this. According to one of the scientists who is credited with pioneering the HIIT research, high intensity interval training teaches your body to store energy in the muscles so you are always ready for action. This is how nature designed us. We didn’t evolve from marathon runners. Our ancestors used high intensity bursts of energy to hunt and to escape while being hunted. Long drawn out runs leave you feeling tired and sluggish. Short high intensity interval workouts leave you walking around bursting with energy, prepared for fight or flight, and craving your next workout.