How to burn belly fat effectively with HIIT training

How to burn belly fat effectively with HIIT training

And we are back in the game! Well I am! started my day with a 6am morning run and tonight ready to get back to the gym! Been a while and feel that I will need an extra effort to catch up with all the lost weeks of training. Especially will need to increase weight training as well as Cardio, but knowing my hectic life schedule and limited times to train I must take drastic measures – like HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) to speed up the results and burn some belly fat effectively.

Really nice one HIIT I really like is suggested by Justine Munro (IFBB Bikini Pro, personal trainer, and a fitness model).  After seeing this beauty you will definitely want to give a try to this routine to shred that belly fat – I am on it as well! 

Treadmill or Stairmaster circuit sprints

Repeat 8 to 10 times:

  • 40 sec sprint
  • 2 minutes rest


To increase difficulty :

For Treadmill:

For 3 to 4 sets, increase incline to add more of a hill resistance

For StairMaster:

Instead of intervals complete 10 sets of 40 sets of the following, rest 2 minutes and repeat: One set =

  • 10 double steps,
  •  10 wide double steps,
  • 10 diagonal double steps,
  • 10 shoulder-wide double steps.


IMPORTANT!Don’t perform at a sprinting rate – find a pace that’s comfortable for you!

So go ahead and add this HIIT to the end of your strength workouts and you will be seeing results in no time!

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  1. shavonna

    June 2, 2016 at 6:14 pm

    I am a plus size girl. I have been exploring this fitness world for about a year and a 1/2. now I am in a place where I am seeing results slowly. do you have any advice to start the hiit routines without sprinting I guess.


    • Miss Athlétique

      June 10, 2016 at 10:31 pm

      Hi!First of all – i am glad to hear your consistency and striving for progress! Well done! keep going! For the Hiit, you could try to start with equal timing between exercise and pause: e.g. if you do 30 secs of exercise, like jumping jacks, do 30 seconds of pause,etc. Try not to exaggerate for the first time 15-20 min. is enough, than slowly you will get better and just can prolong the exercise time and shorten the pauses, but do it gradually.
      stay tuned and keep up with good work!


  2. Dorie

    February 3, 2017 at 10:46 am

    That’s the thnkniig of a creative mind


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