Lacey Stone Shares the Health Benefits of HIIT Workouts
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She shows us how HIIT, high-intensity interval training, can help the body continue to burn calories for up to an hour after your workout and may be ideal for people who find it difficult to work out due to a limited schedule or want to mix up their exercise plan, like Aisha and Kim.
Lacey says HIIT is her favorite type of workout and she loves that these workouts are short, ranging from just 10 to 30 minutes, and can be done anywhere and without any gym equipment.
Lacey demonstrates 5 moves -- air squats, speed skaters, shoulder press with resistance bands, punches, and foot fire -- that she recommends doing for 30 seconds followed by 30 seconds recovery time. Lacey's full 10-minute workout consists of repeating the 5 moves for 4 times -- and remember all of these can be done at home!
The celebrity trainer can help you get in shape no matter where you. Check out Lacey's virtual training program.