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15 Minute Step HIIT Workout for Beginners
HIIT Step is known to increase lean muscle mass in the body, especially your legs and arms as you're using a weight and step throughout the workout. Although HIIT step burns calories, and your main goal is to lose weight, it makes you stronger and increases your endurance. HIIT Step is a NEW and innovative HIIT workout using a step and bodyweight or without bodyweight.
If you like low-tech workouts, or the option of working out on your own in front of a screen, then you will like step workout. Because you can easily change the height of the step to fit different fitness levels, step can be a good choice no matter what shape you are in. You also have the choice of enrolling in a class where an instructor can take you through the steps.
Step workout has all the benefits of a high-intensity cardio workout without putting stress on your joints. It improves overall fitness by building strength , reducing fat, and boosting your cardiovascular health. It also burns calories, making it an ideal way to maintain your target body weight.
According to Harvard Medical School, a 125-pound person can burn about 420 calories in one hour doing step aerobics at a low intensity, while the same 125-pound person will burn up to 600 calories per hour performing step aerobics at a high intensity.