HIIT OR LISS: Which Is Better For FAT LOSS? (What The Science Says) coupon discount promotional codes 2018-2019

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In this video, we look at the science behind high intensity interval training (HIIT) and LISS (low intensity stead state).

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Scientific References:
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‣ https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28401638

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  2. I'm trying to do both HIIT and LISS. I believe both are good for cardiovascular health. But I don't see much information on YouTube about the different effects they have for the heart and lungs.

  3. Hi Jeff. I was wondering if 2× HIIT and 2×Strength Training a week is too much or would 1×HIIT & 2×STRENGTH vice versa be better.
    In the context of both fat loss and clean bulking.
    Thanks

  4. I like doing a mixture of HIIT and LISS… this keeps me from becoming too bored with either… some days I'll even doing around 30/40 min of LISS on the treadmill or elliptical after a 20 HIIT workout… it all depends on how much time I have in the day to dedicate to training.

  5. I prefer steady state. HIIT is not worth it. I can spare extra time for steady state. My recovery is superior as well. I can do steady state 7 days a week if I wanted to with no issue with recovery. Plus I get the benefits of healthy lungs and a better heart.

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