High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) Muay Thai Workout

How To Burn Calories Efficiently

Some people jog to burn calories. That’s cool. I’ve got no gripes with road work, but that’s not my preferred method. It’s definitely not fun at all, either. However, we gotta do it to burn calories, right? Well, jogging is one of many methods. Diet is the king of weight loss, but that’s not the focus here. The focus here is on high-intensity interval training. It’s a mouthful, but hopefully, it burns the calories off every single mouthful of food that enters your belly.

Running gets monotonous. Even if you’re doing intervals on the track. But hitting things? Now, that’s fun. What about burning calories? Is that fun? Sometimes. If you use the right method to burn calories, it can be easy…and even enjoyable. This is our goal. To make weight loss easy and to make it fun. Now, that’s not to say that you won’t have to put in the work. If we tell you to do intervals, you still have to do them. However, we want to make everything as efficient as possible. Why run if you don’t have a direction?

Furthermore, if you’re looking to become a fighter, or even if you’re not, intervals is a brilliant way to develop endurance. In jogging, you set your own pace; thus, everything is a lot easier. However, in this workout, your pace is set for you; sometimes you’re moving fast, but other times you’re moving slow.

The same pacing exists in fights of all kinds, whether they’re boxing, MMA, or wrestling. It is important for us to surrender that control of the rhythm in training. We need to close ourselves in the gloom so that our eyes may adjust to darkness. And when time passes…we will begin to see it all.


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