Burn Off Stubborn Fat By Using HIIT And Steady State Cardio Together!

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Combining HIIT and Steady State cardio will help you burn that stubborn fat off!

Combining HIIT and Steady State cardio will help
you burn that stubborn fat off!

Are you one of those individuals who have perhaps hit a weight loss plateau? Or maybe you are just looking for an efficacious and promising way to burn off some stubborn in order to tone your body? Currently the most popular way to burn off the last stubborn pounds is by combining two main types of training namely High Intensity Interval Training and Steady State Cardio.

So when these two types of training are utilized in conjunction with one another, our bodies are able to burn of the stubborn fat fairly speedily and efficiently. Plus, this type of training is guaranteed to keep those weight-loss plateaus at bay.

In order to employ this technique you need to familiarize yourself with a couple of things. Firstly HIIT training is best known to burn off a high number of calories and also induces our bodies to discharge fatty acids into our bloodstream. Though HIIT won’t help you much in burning off those discharged fatty acids. This is where Steady State Cardio is meant to come into play. Steady state cardio is mostly utilized to blaze off fatty acids or fat stores, however unlink HIIT it is not good at burning calories.

So to use this technique correctly, just start off with an HIIT session, lasting for about 15-20 minutes and then follow it up by steady state cardio session which can last for as long as you want.

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