Posted On:3/05/2005 12:05am
Style: MuayThai,Igo Ryu Jiujitsu
I'm going to follow the HIIT programme that is demonstrated
tomorrow but before I do I have the necessary noob questions.
1. Is it necessary to do 20 minutes of jogging before I do this? Because I hear you need to do at least 20 minutes for fatburning to start.
2. Should I bother to continue lifting weights during this 8 week period? ( I may not do this for 8 weeks but for at least 5-6.)
3. If so are there any changes I need to make to a low rep/ high weight weightlifting programme?
4. How often should I do a HIIT session...would it be a bad idea to HIIT and lift on the same day?
5. How badly does this burn muscle mass away??
Posted On:3/05/2005 12:07am
Style: Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
What do you think this will do?
Posted On:3/05/2005 12:14am
What do you mean?
Posted On:3/05/2005 12:17am
There are only a handful of criteria which constitute physical fitness.
What bearing does this have on them?
Posted On:3/05/2005 12:31am
Typical teenage things reduce fat,increase cardio/tone are the goal if thats what you mean..
Posted On:3/05/2005 1:43am
That is what I mean. So wanting to improve your performance in running and biking are not specific goals of your's?
Posted On:3/05/2005 2:00am
No I have no particular interest in becoming *good* at running and cycling.
My interest is Cardio for sparring/fighting and weight(fat not muscle) loss.
Posted On:3/10/2005 2:59pm
Style: sand bag
1. no, 5 minutes of low to moderate intensity cardio should suffice.
2. yes deffinately still lift weights.
3. no, stick the same weight regime.
4. depeding on your other cardio type activities, start off twice a week. i wouldnt do HIIT more than 3 times a week.
5. this depends on youre pre/post cardio nutrition.
fat loss is around 80% nutrition, make sure ur eating cleanly
hope this helps
Posted On:3/11/2005 3:18pm
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