Are You Currently Overdoing HIIT

 

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In fact, doing too much HIIT can actually be counterproductive, experts say. Here’s why: THE DOWNSIDES OF OVERDOING IT. While trainers agree HIIT is a useful tool in any workout regimen, there are some seriously compelling reasons you shouldn’t do it too often.

Going overboard can lay the foundation for plateaus or keep you sidelined with pain or other issues, adds Fable. Incorporating HIIT into your routine can have many benefits, but don’t forget to round out your routine with steady-state cardio and less intense exercise, so you score the best results while avoiding the injury list. Overdoing HIIT floods your body with stress hormones, so they stay elevated 24/7 and have no time to recede. Combining too much HIIT. Doing HIIT more than three times per week means you are definitely overdoing it.

The consequences are tri-fold: Disappointing results. You won’t get the results you dream of because you’re not hitting the intensity levels required Mental burnout. You run the risk of burning out and getting no results other than exhaustion Physical risk.

Yes, cardio workouts burn calories, but only when you’re working out. With HIIT workouts, the intense work done by your muscles shifts your body into Excess Post-Exercise Oxygen Consumption, or. But because of the nature of HIIT, and the intense pressure it can put your body under, Mr Shah expressed concerns about overdoing it. “A lot of the exercises that are in HIIT are full.

According to an article from the American Journal of Medicine, overdoing HIIT could have some serious health impacts (you can read it here). MISTAKE #8 Your Timing Is Off. We all have busy schedules.

That is why a lot of people like the idea of HIIT, it is an effective way to get fitter and stronger with little time commitment. That also. Doing HIIT every day on top of daily strength training (which, if you’re doing it properly, is itself a form of intense intermittent exercise) will seriously impair your ability to recover and grow.

Here’s what Greyskull Barbell Club owner John Sheaffer has to say on the subjec. You’re overdoing it with heavy weights. Dr. David Greuner of NYC Surgical Associates says it may be tempting to use equipment as a way to build muscle faster. But in reality, you don’t need racks of dumbbells for a successful HIIT workout.

Bodyweight, sprints, or anything that gets your heart rate up is more than sufficient. You can burn calories quickly using HIIT (9, 10).. One study compared the calories burned during 30 minutes each of HIIT, weight training, running and biking.

The researchers found that HIIT.

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With HIIT, I’m changing from one exercise to the next or racing against the clock, so my motivation stays high and even increases throughout the workout.

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I’ve studied different HIIT programs and have learned how to modify them just a little bit to make HIIT more applicable to a larger number of people.

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Of course, HIIT is not for everyone.

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That is often just an excuse, but if you really are pressed for time an option to consider is HIIT, which stands for high-intensity interval training.

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So is HIIT better than continuous training?

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When I’m maintaining, I do three 25minute HIIT sessions per week.

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But is HIIT the be all and end all?

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However, progressive resistance training and HIIT are stressful to the system, and they can easily throw off your physiology if you don’t take days off from exercising and periodize your training (we do this with our deload and progressive system).

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Sprint interval training“it’s a HIIT!”.

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How intense does a HIIT workout need to be?

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  • Finding motivation to workout has been difficult lately bc I feel like people expect me to look a certain way and I haven’t been able to find the right reasons for myself.. this really pushed me and really made me sweat more than I have in a while, even in the ac. You’re such an idol for me and I thank you so much for reminding me that my journey is for my health and happiness, not for pleasing others

  • Sir the afterburn / EPOC effect that you are mentioning for HIIT is very minimal 7-14% of total calories burned in a workout. It wont make much difference. So I won’t say EPOC is the perk of doing HIIT.

  • Are there any studies on the EPOC difference for chronic hart or lung patients when doing a high impact workout in comparison with fit healthy “normal” people?
    And how about the VO2MAX improvement would it be significantly less or just more than with fit healthy people?

  • Ahhh Cambria! I am smiling in pure joy right now! That was such a challenging, yet enjoyable workout! Your pep talk at the end of this video was so encouraging. It really, truly does make a difference when you’ve got someone there to tell you that they’re proud of you! So thank you for this! ������

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  • Massive thank you all the way from Australia! Your light just exudes and love how much you have grown from the many years since you started on youtube. Loved your channel back in my uni days because the content is always so positive and real! May you continue to do what He has called you to do. Thank you for reminding me this isn’t about perfection but taking care and loving the body that God has given me xo

  • since i started jogging a year ago, having mild heart attack 2013 (recovered in 2014) and also am post diabetic, but now with high BP in evenings only, i use jogging as HIIT, i jog 2 to 4 minutes and then walk or take a break, now i steadily try to increase speed or the distance, *but info from this video seems to say i should not increase the duration of my jogs*; i mean i jog when i go for morning walks, so whats no HIIT for the healthy young guys is HIIT for me and i am making steady progress as time goes by.
    i am 45 years old, thanks for the info.

  • Appreciate this new program. Would love to get Free resistance programs for those of us who love your style of training but can’t purchase for whatever reason. Still thank you for your efforts in helping us.

  • I’ve been incorporating a lot of kettlebell movements in my Hiit workouts and can honestly say I’ve been getting my ass kicked. Its awesome! Do a vid on benefits of kettlebells

  • I do HIIT 3 times a week! I do IF too. Best thing I ever incorporated into my life. Both Part of the reason I went from a size 8 to a size 2 and 144 pounds to 125 pounds and I am 5’ 10” a 45 yr young female who had 3 kids. I have abs now! ��Living Lean!! ����

  • What do you recommend for people who have adrenal fatigue and feel wiped out after an intense workout? Do you push through to increase the BDNF?

  • That was amazing! Perfect study break. I really enjoyed the reversed order in the second round and not having a third round. Also great music choice, especially in the first block:P!

  • I experience some pain in my right knee at times. When I run I often use a knee brace. I love to run because it’s one of the best forms of cardio. I tried the Elliptical for a few months, then began running; after spending 35 mins on the elliptical, I still could barely run for 2 mins straight. So I prefer to run. With the discomfort at times in my right knee, would hit cardio still be possible for me? I was considering hit cardio prior to watching this video because I would like to work on gaining more muscle in my legs. Any advice?

  • Cambria I am lovingggg these real time workouts! I can tell you truly pour your heart into your content. You’re making such a difference in so many lives
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  • Hi Thomas, I have a topic, which could make an interesting video: What are the benefits/downsides of splitting up workouts within a day? E.g.: HIIT in the morning and some additional ab work in the evening or is better to do it all in one go? If so which way around HIIT, then Abs?

  • I need everyone’s help to convince Thomas to do some videos on how his research, especially Keto, applies to kids. Let’s get our kids on the healthy path that we’re on!

  • Loved this and all your videos. Thank you! And grateful for the reminders about not being perfect! It was a top notch workout:) and so thoughtful.

  • Another amazing workout. Thank you for continuing to share these Cambria. I’m going to alternate between this and your last one until I’m able to do the full workout with great form. Looking forward to this challenge.

  • If only I had know this when I was younger, but doing my HIT now and enjoying it. I do feel better for it I have to say. Between diet of Keto and Omad and prolonged fasting has certainly improved things for me no end. Thanks Thomas for all your super advice and help.

  • I was sweating a little bit by the end of circuit 1 but by the time we finished circuit 2 I was sweating even more!
    I really appreciate your pep talks at the end of these workouts! I was in a car accident about a year ago and have a bulged disc in my lower back (and in my neck) that at times I get frustrated that I cant do more, so the pep talks help a lot! ❤❤

  • So I just wanted to thank you, and let you know that as a 33 year old, first time mom, this last year has brought me so many challenges…life has thrown its curveballs, postpartum was really hard on my body, and accepting my new body has been such a challenge and mental battle. Finding your videos has truly brought me out of the fog…I feel like I’m finally on my way to loving the body God gave me, and taking care of it like it should be, to honor Him, and to be healthy for myself, but even more so, for my almost one year old daughter. Thank you for your encouragement and Christ centered videos, from the bottom of my heart ☺️��

  • Question! My eating window is 2 pm to 6 pm. Is it bad if I sip on my fat coffee (3 shots of espresso, 1 tbs MCT and 1 tbs of butter) for 3 hours between the 2 pm and 6 pm meals? Thank you ❤️

  • Don’t matter what you do, just get things up to or as near to operating temperature

    Be it boiling a kettle,
    Boiling an egg,
    Driving your car,
    Having fun with the missus,
    Even allowing time for energy efficient light bulbs to take effect-

    Just get things moving fairly hard and fast for best results

    Great videos lately (well as always to be honest).

  • Is drinking apple cider vinegar bad for bones? Google says ACV decreases bone density and something like that, my bones are very thin by born, can i drink ACV?

  • Sorry to be the one to fill you in, recent studies suggest the after burn effects are greatly exaggerated. ��‍♂️ sorry bro ������

  • Amazing! I love these workouts so much because they are low impact. I am a nurse assistant so my job itself is a workout!! These feel so good because I know I am getting stronger but it doesn’t hurt. Please keep incorporating the stretches and back exercises, they are greatespecially since I find myself lifting a lot on the job and need to have a limber back HAHA

  • I used to love HIIT cardio but I always felt dizzy and felt like fainting after doing it, so I stopped and I started with weight training and now I feel great.

  • Dude this workout made my arms into jelly! And your speech at the end made me cry! I love these home workouts and i hope you post some more �� maybe more bodyweight strength training? ��

  • Watching Thomas Delauer videos while doing cardio pushes your body to do more and makes your brain swell with knowledge. If we look at a study by me, this is 110% accurate. Hahaha Thank you Mr. Delauer!

  • Increase FNDCS=Increase Irisin=IncreaseBDNF=Increase New Brain cells=smarter brain= put Lions’ mane in your coffee=Increase nerve growth=Smarter Brain=Lactate response 100% HIIT 4 10sec=Increase BDNF. Mild stress= neurogenesis. If u r running from Lions in the desert and they almost eat you for lunch your mind increases BDNF and says “There’s got to be another way to deal with that situation”!? “maybe we should put some of Lion’s mane in our coffee first before we go out into the desert with lions”? “maybe the next time we should carry a spear or better yet, lets not go out into the desert with lions”?! Lets keep watching Thomas DeLauer videos and keep getting smarter.lol!

  • I loved this video! I feel like if I keep watching your videos AND apply what I learn there is no limit to what I can do. Thank you Thomas!

  • 100m performance is NOT limited by lactate response, but by alactic ATP/creatine-phosphate and neuromuscular stimulus constraints. The 400m/800m is lactate-limited. (I coach and compete these running events FWIW). The competitors in the latter events often collapse onto the track afterwards, even when well-trained, as they repay the oxygen debt. This never happens in the 100m unless they have an injury. I agree that VO2max is primarily an aerobic stress and not especially neurogenic. There is data that long-term aerobic training benefits the brain in other ways however. Do both aerobic AND anaerobic training for all-around health.

  • I had once read that kids who play sports do better academically. I put my kids in every sport and most importantly wrestling. Which is very much like hiit at 6 and 7. My boys graduated top of their class and my oldest received athletic and academic scholarship where he wrestled Division 1 for BSU and is now getting his PhD in biomedical engineering AND He just competed in his very first 70.3 ironaman in Canada. My youngest is doing ironman in June 2020. Both great kids. Ps they have challenged old mom to ironman as well. Training for it now. We shall see. Thank you for all your knowledgee and helpful videos Thomas. We appreciate you!

  • I workout 4-6 times a week and am in pretty decent shape and this workout is H A R D!!!! I honestly wasn’t expecting it to be challenging but I’ve done it twice now and my arms are toast every time I do it. �� it burns so good though. Thank you Cambria ❤️

  • Your workouts are seriously my favorite on Youtube. I would LOVE more of these! They are genuinely fun and make me feel so strong. I also love the variety between isometric moves and traditional cardio moves. Awesome!

  • I started HIIT a year ago.. today im in NASA.. learning alien language from advanced species because i boosted my IQ to 1300.. so this really works.. great vid

  • Such a great workout! Did this one yesterday and I am SORE TODAY!! Every time I stand up or go to sit back down I say Oh, Cambria what did you do to me! �� also definitely feeling it in my arms! Thank you so much again you have been great inspiration, keep them coming! ❤️

  • Hi Thomas, LOVE your videos and channel many thanks from Sydney Australia. Unfortunately the products you advertise can’t be shipped down under. Could you please do a video on tofu and its health effects? Can tofu be eaten on a keto diet?

  • Man, almost half of your vids you advertise for products, which one can’t even order if not in the US, that’s pathetic. The usefulness of your channel is basically getting very low. I’m unsubscribing.

  • 2:32 wow, real scientists! I know they are real because of the white lab coats and them writing down real information on paper charts while the other looks at a tablet showing off their science.

  • Thank you! I’ve started doing HIIT and they are my absolute favourite!! Yeah, they make you feel like you’re dying but after you’re done, you feel alive!
    Happy New Year and congrats on your baby! ��❤

  • Thomas, I was wondering if you could do a video on what you do for a HIIT workout, or some exercises or cardio procedures you could give to your viewers that would help. When I do my workout, I start with weight and resistance training, then move to cardio (for example on Monday’s I do tri’s and chest with some ab excersizes in between arm sets), Then I end every workout with either a treadmill or stairclimber session but I do a medium sprint at a speed of 9.00 on the treadmill and 12 on the elyptical, but in the last minute or 2 I turn the speed up to a full on sprint or stair climb and I usually do the stair climb right after I do a leg workout like squats, weighted lunges, etc. Is that considered HIIT? Or do I need to focus JUST on HIIT during a workout session? I would greatly appreciate any input or advice and as always, thank you for your knowledge!

  • Just to personally respond to the first part of the video. These people are ignorant. You’ve personally shown me this, and I’ve experianced these affects myself as well.

  • I really enjoyed the video. Thomas and Dr. Sten Ekberg explaining everything in depth. In the morning when I have time I watch their videos and learn more everyday about IF, keto in relation to my health and wellbeing.

  • Thomas after exercise my brain makes me feel like I’m so Relaxed calm like a cool breeze with pink an purple flowers every where while walking on a white sandy beach������ and just feeling Happy☺That’s why I caint stop exercise ��������

  • This video need a ⚠️Warning ⚠️ You may slip in a puddle of sweat ��Thanks again Daniel you’re great at putting these videos together

  • Another great video about HIIT! It is so overlooked because it’s harder than just walking or jogging. BUT I agree the effects are great brain health, physical health, EPOC, muscle preservation. HIIT has it all! AND don’t do it 5x a week. 1x to 2x a week is all you need.

  • THIS is the content I have been looking for. I am turning 50 in June and really want to devote more time to my fitness, both physically & spiritually. So, I am sorta loving you. Also, my husband and I are currently laughing in bed because we both did this workout last night and neither of us can get up to make the coffee. So, there’s that. Thank you for destroying our quads. ��✌��❤️

  • Thank you so much for this, Cambria!!! I’ve been trying to find work outs that are challenging yet fun! This was perfect to do on my lunch break. I hope to see more of these!!! You really encouraged me and I am so grateful for you! Keep on loving God and loving others how you do! God bless you! ��❤

  • I did your first workout video yesterday and did this one today! I love how this one was a little more intense than the last one! Love your workout videos so so much! Your words of encouragement during the workout help my confidence so so much! Thank you Jesus for Cambria’s channel! She is such an inspiration! ����

  • This was my first time watching and working out with one of your videos and I just wanted to say I think this is my new favorite home workout video! I found it looking for no noise workouts and was not expecting the encouragement and joy it’d make me feel! Also, knowing that my body was created by a loving God has been a huge part of my journey towards loving and accepting myself more. So good to hear you echoing that in a fitness video. Wasn’t expecting that and it was such a welcome surprise! <3

  • Mid workout I felt defeated but I didn’t stop! Instead of the lunge curtsy i did squats. And instead of the Commandos I did planks.

  • Hey Cambria! I have a quick question, since my roommate and I are beginners and fairly new to working out, we decided to concentrate on one video each week so that we can perfect the movements. We workout three times a week right now, but want to get better and stronger at the movements. Do you think we should vary our workouts so we aren’t over working the same muscles or are we okay since this is called a full body workout?

  • Such a good workout!! With teaching online and online grad school I feel like I’m sitting all day long in front of a screen! I got up early and had my workout clothes out ready to go. I needed this workout and it was so motivating!

  • Hey Thomas, I have a question. If I do dry fasting and practice it often, will my body become more efficient at using water and using less even when not dry fasted?

  • thank you SO much for this!! I’ve been in such a funk with my fitness during this time, and I completed this workout & pushed myself to finish! PLEASE KEEP DOING THIS �� I would love a booty building one!!

  • Wow, such a good workout! Thank you so much for making and putting these videos together! I can tell you are passionate about helping and encouraging women grow stronger both physically and spiritually. Looking forward to the next video, take care!:)

  • I wanted to give up about as soon as I started but I got half way! I’ll keep working until I’m strong enough to do the whole video!!! ��

  • Hey, so Ive been doing keto for the past 4 months just to give it a go, kept my macros aprox 75/20/5 and actually made it to a astonishing 7.6%b.f ( never been so lean in my life). The thing is I had to go higher on macros from 2300kcal to 3000kcal(80/15/5)because for the past 3 weeks I’ve been feeling very hungry( until then I was very satiated and full). Don’t know if this is normal or should I simply put in even more calories. The idea is to progressively get bigger with the less fat gain possible. Any advice?

  • Holy cow. Another amazing workout! I didn’t get to this video until this week because I fell into a exercise rut but this pulled me back out of it. Thank you!

  • Just did this routine this morning! Thank you so much for a really achievable workout that was still challenging. Would love more of these if you’re able to make them:)

  • I really love these workouts. I have done so many video workouts that feel so unattainablelike the instructors are trying to crush you vs doing a workout that people with average fitness levels can do. I get such a sweat from these workouts without feeling like they are meant for someone with completely different fitness levels than me.

  • Did you really just segue an informative video into a freaking mushroom tea crap shill? Come on Thomas…don’t be a sellout. No one needs that.

  • Hopefully you explain in this series why I should quit walking 14 miles per day on top of my strength training and cardio routine.

  • Wow, this is the first of your workouts I’ve tried, it came up in my suggested and WOW I’m so glad I found this channel!! I definitely had to go on my knees for those commando planks and the pushups near the end, and had to drop the weights for the triceps but i was sweating so much and I feel so good. Love how genuine and caring you are, again, so grateful that I found this!! Much love <3

  • Loved this workout so much!! Thank you for doing this and your encouraging words. It really helped me to get through this workout. Just a tip, maybe you could explain all the exercises before the workout or each circuit. I think it would be easier to follow especially in the first round <3

  • Good video, I understand it all. But something I can’t figure out. Can you still build strength or a bit of muscle doing HIIT training with weights.

    I’m have tried it for about 2 weeks now, keeping weight moderate to heavy, reps 3-5 per exercise but no breaks. I do this until my circuit is done and rest for 30 seconds and go again.

    Im thinking it won’t work as I haven’t seen any real results but I also haven’t trained “normal” for 2 weeks as well

  • For me its better to use elastic bands for legs workout they are awesome. i love it so much and its easy to use. I got my at trainhome.shop they are awesome i order now fitness mat to. Cant wait to receive mat.

  • Funny how often people still hold on to the cliche of buffed dudes being stupid.. I’ll show them this!!! Great video once again mate

  • Thank you so much for these workouts! They keep me motivated and get me super sweaty! It was a great way to start off the week! Love the little speeches you do!

  • OMG! Just did this! This is like having an amazing workout PLUS a body positive therapy session! Loved IT! p.s. you sweat a LOT. If doing it indoors get a yoga mat or you’ll be slipping on the floor like a fish jajaja Thanks Cambria!

  • Once again, thank you so much Cambria! Your encouragement makes me feel so much stronger throughout the workout. I just finished this video and it made my evening!

  • Hi Thomas. Love your videos. I’ve lost 60 pounds with minimal exercise from watching you and Dr. Fung. I was wondering if you could make a video about swimming. I recently got access to a pool big enough to do laps in and tried to integrate your HIIT advice into my workout but even at a full sprint I don’t feel like I could exhaust myself in 30ish seconds. Any advice or a general video about swimming would be greatly appreciated!

  • That was awesome! These workouts are so helpful:) And I love how you keep on focussing on other values. It helps me not to get frustrated with myself if I can’t do every move perfectly:) Thank you so much!

  • Thanks so much for creating a workout that is beginner friendly! A lot of times when I look for YouTube workouts they do not offer modifications or explain how things might look different for someone who is just starting a fitness journey. Your positivity really got me through this workout, and I can’t wait to do more!

  • Cambria, these workouts make me sweat like none other! LOVE them! Not to mention, having your mindset and intuitive mentality to guide me has been so wonderful. I am NOT doing this to punish my body, but to love and take care of the body God gave me…and it feels so good!

  • Cambria you are amazing! God is using you in mighty ways through your story, passion and motivation. You produce amazing videos and I love that you’re so real. Could only do about 10 min of this, but I’m so thankful for this!!������

  • I always like doing intervals of with crazy sprints, what i noticed is that I always feel really sharp as well. I really like get in the zone

  • I LOVED THIS THANK YOU SO MUCH. You have such a heart for others. I’ve been here since the beginning and I always love your videos! Love you lots Cam thanks for being such a light in my life ��

  • my local gym started offering an instructor lead HIIT class and based on Thomas’s previous recommendation for HIIT while fasting/keto I figured I’d give it a shot. As someone who was a fat bastard for the majority of my life I figured I would die mid class. But 3 weeks later I am feeling exactly what Thomas described in the video! I’m sold!

  • thank u for such an awesome video cambria!! i tried it the other day but barely got through the first circuit and felt so disappointed. i kept putting this video off because i was scared of being upset and frustrated at myself. i woke up today and knew i really wanted to get through this video, even if if it meant pausing a few times to take a break or doing all the modifications you mentioned but i got through it and i feel so strong and happy with my body. thank you for being such a kind soul, a wonderful motivation and such a kick butt female warrior.

  • can you please talk about the relationship between Hight intensity sports like soccer, basketball, and the KETO diet??? Can we do that type of diet to lose fat? do we really need all that carbs?

  • Wall squats are KILLER! I completely forgot about those and it was a real mental strength I needed to push through them. Thanks Cambria!

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  • Just finished the workout and wow do I feel it in my muscles! That is the best feeling though, to know that I pushed myself to grow and strengthen and worked hard as a way to praise God for what He allows me to accomplish! What a gift to start my day this way thank you Cambria!❤️