When people are pushed for time they may feel like getting an effective workout is impossible. Research has shown many times that intense training for a shorter period of time is more beneficial than sweating for 60 minutes on a treadmill.
High-intensity interval training has been a trending fitness routine for several years.
The unfortunate trend in the U.S. and all over the world is that people spend more and more time in a sedentary position, whether it is at work or at home.
The perfect workout regimen varies with every individual. How people should rotate cardio and strength training depends on several factors, mostly goals.
Any CrossFitter will tell you it’s the intensity of the routine that separates him or her from the pack. But research shows that doing CrossFit too frequently without making some key adjustments can have undesired consequences.