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It's a BIG Calorie Burning Walk Concert in your home! We've all heard it before. The most effective workout plan is the one you actually DO! But with all of the demands in everyone's busy life, it's not so easy to find the time and energy to exercise. Motivation is key, and music is one of the best motivators. Great music makes your workout more fun and keeps you exercising because you look forward to it. That's why Leslie created "Walk To The Hits". "Walk To The Hits" features hit music and High Intensity Interval Training (aka HIIT) - it's the perfect combination! Hit music pumps up your pace, and HIIT training alternates between short bursts of "all out" effort and longer periods of recovery, allowing you to walk a shorter session while blasting away as many calories as you would in a longer one. A study published in The Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness showed that women who completed a 12 week HIIT program lost more weight than a group who performed longer sessions of moderate intensity cardio. The HIIT group also lost more belly fat. In short, walking to the hits using HIIT training is a sure-fire way to fire-up your walk! For this program, Leslie remixed some of her favorite radio hits to a fitness beat and combined them with some fresh new "Walk At Home" moves to create one of the most fun 3 mile walks ever. The high-energy gang of walkers, the music, the moves, the miles, the smiles... It's more FUN than anyone should have on a fitness walk.
Featuring HIIT: high intensity interval training.
|Studio Name:||Anchor Bay Entertainment|
|Run Time (in minutes):||48 minutes|
|Audio Tracks:||AC, Dolby Digital|
|Shipping Weight (in pounds):||0.14|
|Product in Inches (L x W x H):||0.5 x 5.5 x 7.44|
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