Movement is life
With a short high-intensity workout in which several joints move naturally at the same time, you will feel the benefits of exercise without the negative effects.
Shorter and more intense body intervals help to improve the physiology of the body. Although great effort is required to increase the heart rate rapidly, the intervals are short. Research has shown that the effects of moderate, longer exercise, such as running on a treadmill for several hours, are smaller than with high-intensity interval training, which effectively burns fat and raises oxygen levels.
Twelve minutes of this exercise is enough.
Increasing oxygen levels
High oxygen levels provide a positive environment for good cells and represent a negative environment for bad ones, e.g. cancerous, cells. With high-intensity interval exercise, the body can absorb the most oxygen, store it, and use it for well-being.