No. That’s not a spelling error there, in the title. And I’m not suggesting you take one for the team. Or drop something illegal down your throat! HIIT stands for High Intensity Interval Training, a form of cardiovascular exercise that’s become quite popular recently.
I’ve been a Jazzercise instructor for over 15 years, so passion for our program is who I am. I recently had a chance to chat with Julie MacKinnon, a fairly new member as she’s just been doing it since the end of June, and now I’m even more stoked about what we do and why we do it. Julie set a goal to attend classes five days/week, as well as walking to and from class (approx. 5 km). Here’s what she had to say:
We work our bodies hard at Jazzercise. I had a new student in class last week who commented afterward that the workout was “harder than expected”. Nice. A tough workout is what we want, yes? For that heart, those lungs, those muscles?
Oh, it’s that time of year again. Christmas is gone and (hopefully) so are the multitude of sweet temptations – the shortbreads, Rice Krispy squares, chocolates. Maybe you’re like me, have been suffering with laryngitis, or perhaps a nagging cold, the flu. You haven’t been able to workout (much) or get out for a walk in these ongoing frigid temperatures, but you’ve still managed to shove the few remaining goodies into your gob. You pass by the scales, step gingerly on and BAM! New Year’s resolution #1: lose weight stat!
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