What is interval training

Also known as endurance training, it became popular after it was proven that it burns fat up to 24 hours after training! How to exercise and what is interval training?
Interval training consists of continuous training with varying intensity – including short, very intense jumps into the moderate ones. The training should last continuously for up to 40 minutes and consist of four simple stages. The easiest way to do the interval training is to do it while running.
How to exercise
The first stage of training is a warm-up, which should last about ten minutes, during which a slow crotch and circulation of the arms and neck are performed. The next step is to run with the maximum strength and speed we can afford for about a minute or as much as we can. Then we move on to a moderate run for a few minutes, and then we return to the trot. Repeat the intervals about 7 times and do not stop during this time! Finally, stretch out properly.
Standards and rules
Training can be performed by people not staying on a restrictive diet, because it will prevent proper regeneration of the body.
During interval trainings, eat meals rich in protein.
the interval between training sessions should be 48 hours, during which time no other physical exercises should be performed
it is necessary to warm up and stretch
the intervals themselves should not exceed 15 minutes in total
Training should be performed 3 times a week
Effects of interval training
Recommended for people who want to burn unnecessary adipose tissue quickly. Interval trainings are more effective than other cardio and aerobic trainings, acting on the principle of anaerobic effort – the body returning to the state of equilibrium after increased effort takes energy from fat, even 24 hours after the effort!
The effects include burning fat with simultaneous building of muscles even from the most problematic areas of the body, including the abdomen, increasing efficiency and fitness in a very short time, recovery from obesity, prevention of diabetes and other diseases of civilization.