High Intensity Interval Training by Sean Bartram Book Review
One of the best ways of burning fat and building muscle is by doing HIIT or high-intensity interval training.
The idea behind HIIT is short bursts of rapid exercise punctuated with larger periods of less-intense exercise.
But, unlike some other exercise regimens, HIIT can be difficult to get into because if you don’t do it right, you won’t get any benefit from it at all.
As you will see in this review, a good guide is very helpful for doing HIIT right.
Key Features of High Intensity Interval Training:
- Burn Fat Faster with 60-Plus High-Impact Exercises
- Available both in eBook and paperback format
- Authored by trainer and gym owner Sean Bartram
- Contains plenty of information about what HIIT is and the benefits of it
- Contains several detailed workout routines for you to try
- Has 3 different levels, perfect for beginners and experts alike
Is The High Intensity Interval Training: Burn Fat Faster with 60-Plus High-Impact Exercises Worth Your Money?
When looking at an exercise book, you should always start by looking at the credentials of the author.
When it comes to this book, you can definitely trust that the author knows what he is talking about.
Sean Bartram is a professional trainer who owns several gyms and has actually been employed by several major sports teams (he is currently working for the Indianapolis Colts football team).
The book itself is extremely well-written and easy to follow.
It starts with a short introduction to what HIIT is and what the benefits of it are. If you are new to HIIT, this section serves as a good introduction.
If you are already familiar with HIIT, then you can just skip ahead to the actual workout guide.
The actual workout guide contained within the book is very thoughtfully structured.
There are 3 different experience levels. So, you can start at the beginner level and then naturally progress all the way up to the harder workouts as your stamina naturally increases.
It is a very well-thought-out system that is easy for anyone to follow.
Bartram has also included various sections detailing good exercises that you can use to target different muscle groups and different parts of your body.
So, if you aren’t sure how you want to structure your HIIT, then you can try out some of the exercises listed in the book.
The book is available on both Kindle and as a paperback, so you can read it in your own preferred format.