High intensity training

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High intensity training (HIT) is a quite new weight training method where a person doesn't need to exercise so often to get fitter. It is possible to do three times per day, 20 seconds exercises where the trainer uses a lot of energy, for example with exercise cycle. Those three exercises should do three times per week. Thus, only 12 minutes goes for training in one month.