2. Build-up to HIIT

Before attempting HIIT, you should be able to work out for at least 20 minutes. HIIT is very intense, and beginners should work up to them to lower the risk of injury. Once you can walk for twenty minutes without stopping, you can add a single basic HIIT workout about once a week. Start with a jog and walk program and build up to plyometrics.


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