High Intensity Interval Training (known as HIIT) can boost your heart health. Rich Maddox, personal trainer at Health Directions, Lexington Medical Center’s health and wellness gym, talked about it on WIS-TV with Judi Gatson this week. And, Lyn Pernell, personal trainer with Health Directions, demonstrated the exercises. Check it out!
These exercises help to work the heart muscle and make it stronger. It also helps to improve blood flow through the veins and arteries, decreasing your risk of heart disease.
These are intense exercises for a short period of time with a short period of rest. The workout takes 10 to 30 minutes, depending on your fitness level. Exercises can include cycling, swimming, running and more.