Leg day. The day you know is going to leave you the most sore and barely able to walk. Although training the legs is just as important as any other part of the body, many people, particularly beginners, tend to totally omit leg days from their workout routines. This is generally because upper body exercises result in a more defined figure. Below we’ve compiled a list of 5 important reasons not to miss out on leg day:
When it comes to cardiovascular training, HIIT (High intensity interval training) consists of short sprint intervals coupled with low-moderate intensity workout, whilst LISS (Low intensity steady state) consists of purely low-moderate intensity workout. In theory, HIIT and LISS have some similarities as both are proven to be easy and safe ways of improving your cardiovascular state and can be applied to various types of workouts such as running, swimming, or cycling. In practice, on the other hand, both styles are performed very differently.