I don’t think I have to go on and on about how much steady state cardio sucks. It’ boring and it’s not the most efficient way to burn fat. You’re here because you know that. And you’re here because you want some hardcore Interval Training routines.
Well, how about I give you 31 of them? Actually, I’m not the one who’s giving them to you. The Workouts are actually developed by Craig Ballantyne, who is the king of home fitness fat loss workouts!
Craig comes out with 1-2 high intensity workouts per week, each focused on a different goal. Some of them are for advanced trainees, some that bodyweight-only, and other that are mass gain focused.
However, each one has some sort of Interval training component. So Craig decided to put everything he knows about Interval Training into one package…to give you almost an endless supply of routines you can use with any of his other workout programs!
Pros of “31 Interval Training Workouts”
The cool thing about this new manual is that Craig presents a case for interval training using legitimate research studies. This isn’t just some random stuff that Craig made up. It’s backed by science, and backed by results.
The 31 Interval Workouts themselves are awesome. But you must be wondering, why do you need 31 interval workouts? Well, one of the biggest drawbacks to any training program is that if you keep doing the same thing over and over again, you start to see less and less results, until you hit a plateau.
So to prevent your body from plateauing, you need to constantly change up your interval workouts. Craig recommends changing your program every 4 weeks. However, for more advanced trainees, you might need to change the workout more often.
Cons of “31 Interval Training Workouts”
Frankly….there aren’t any cons to this manual. It’s very straight forward and truthful. Interval training is tough for beginners, so he provides beginners with a solid set of workouts to help you build up to the tougher workouts.
I think the value of the product is incredible. I mean…31 friggin interval workouts! And each one of them is different from the one before it!