When performance stagnates despite regular training, it’s frustrating. Experts, therefore, advise periodization. After six to eight weeks, increasing the intensity or setting new stimuli is advisable. Otherwise, you will reach a training plateau. But is that true for all athletes?
Many exercises regularly to lose weight, reach their desired weight, or even maintain it. In conjunction with a balanced diet, this is also very possible. However, to achieve the most tremendous success, it is helpful to know how fat-burning workouts work:
When the famous New York Times first introduced the 7-Minute workout a few years ago, it triggered a worldwide boom. Just seven minutes was said to be enough to get us fit all around. Studies then showed that you can achieve quite a bit with the express workout. But it’s not a magic bullet.Continue reading How effective is the 7-minute workout for fitness?
It’s neither the name of a new alien race nor a new character’s name in the next Star Wars Movie. EPOC is the abbreviation for “excess post-exercise oxygen consumption.” To say it easily: It is the desired after-burn effect after a sporting activity. If you …
It only takes 4 minutes and is still highly effective. If you really don’t have much time, you can get a lot out of Tabata fitness. Several studies have shown this. The fastest workout in the world is not suitable as a stand-alone workout, but …
HIIT and no end. What began as a trend a few years ago has meanwhile become firmly established in the fitness scene. Numerous studies confirm the excellent effectiveness of intensive programs. But how often can I do a HIIT workout without harming myself?Continue reading How often is a HIIT Workout good for me?