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HIIT versus LISS is the great and ongoing cardio debate in the fitness industry. Which is better? Experts have been battling this one for years, and there are so many conflicting opinions about this topic that it’s hard to know what to believe. We want to dispel some myths about HIIT and LISS cardio training and help you decide which is right for you.
HIIT stands for high-intensity interval training and consists of short, very intense periods of maximum effort followed by slower recovery periods for a shorter, more efficient workout. Examples of HIIT exercises are star jumps, squats and burpees.
However, due to the high-impact, demanding nature of HIIT, you should do no more than 3 sessions per week as there is a higher risk of injury.
LISS cardio stands for low-intensity steady state cardio which is a steady form of exercise where you keep your intensity low but your effort consistent. LISS cardio often lasts between 30-60 minutes. Examples of LISS cardio are power walking, slow jogging or steady swimming, rowing or cycling.
The bottom line is that you should listen to your body and do the type of cardio that you have a personal preference for, because at the end of the day you want to be able to maintain it without injuring yourself or becoming bored or unmotivated. All cardio is beneficial to your overall health, so as long as you incorporate some into your lifestyle then it doesn’t matter how you go about it as long as it’s safe and right for you. Our advice is to mix both HIIT and LISS cardio workouts into your exercise regimes to get the benefit of both!
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