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Just in time for Heart’s Day, here’s an approach to exercise that’ll get your ticker in tip-top shape. “With High Intensity Interval Training (HITT), you push yourself hard for one minute, then bring the intensity down for one minute, then start all over again for a 30-minute cycle,” says Olney, MD-based personal trainer Beth Novick. “The best part is, you control just how hard and how easy you want to go.”

 

Bonus: Intervals have also proven to increase endurance and blast away fat three times faster than steady cardio. Here’s a workout that’ll really get your heart racing.

 

30 minute HIIT Workout

Hop on a treadmill or elliptical (don’t have access to machines? Hit the track, instead).

Minutes 1 to 5: Walk or jog easy

Minute 6: Intensity level 6

Minute 7: Intensity level 9
Minute 8: Intensity level 7
Minute 9: Intensity level 9
Minute 10: Intensity level 7
continue cycle until Minute 25
5 Minute cooldown

BY GL ON 1/16/2012 5:40:00 PM

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