Whether you seek to lose weight or gain muscle mass, strength or cardiovascular fitness, consider high-intensity interval training (HIIT).
By doing short bursts of very high-intensity drills, you can reduce the duration and frequency of your workouts and still make greater gains than what you'd achieve doing moderate intensity exercises for literally hours longer each week.
Another benefit is that you can do HIIT with just about any activity you can think of, including body weight exercises, biking, swimming, walking, sprinting, rowing, and weight lifting.
The latter is often referred to as SuperSlow weight training, and it is the slow movement that produces the heightened intensity and turns it into a HIIT session. If increased strength is your aim, SuperSlow strength training is by far the fastest, most effective way to achieve it.
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