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There's a HIIT for weight lifting, too. And it works really well.

You may already know it by another name.
woman barbell lifting

You, too can have muscles like this.

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Everyone wants to work out less and see more gains, right?. Sweat for 20 minutes instead of an hour and get in shape faster? Come on. What could be better than that?

That’s the appeal of high-intensity interval training, . Keep your heart rate way up for a short period of time by doing brief, intense bursts of movement and see the same (and sometimes applied HIIT to resistance training.

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