Schedule Wisely With Your Lower Body Strength Training

Most forms of HIIT are going to really stress the lower body muscles, so be mindful of when you do them in relation to lower body strength training. If you’re doing sets of heavy squats, lunges, and dead lifts one day, the next day do upper body or full body plyo (HIIT) workout. Your lower body needs time to recover from the strenuous weight day.

If you keep these points in mind, you should be able to successfully make the transition to high intensity interval training and reap all the benefits it has to offer.