The Workout That Suppresses Your Appetite
If you are not already doing high-intensity interval training (HIIT) to increase your calorie burn and reduce your gym time, here’s another reason to go hard then go home.
HIIT suppresses your appetite. According to the Medical Publication; International Journal of Obesity, subjects who did intervals for 30 minutes ate 170 fewer calories at a meal an hour later than those who exercised at a moderate intensity. Not only that, they ate 100 fewer calories over the following 24 hours. For further appetite suppression, choose weight-bearing forms of cardio such as running or skipping: Japanese research found this crushes cravings more than cycling. Alternate 15 seconds flat out with 60 seconds active recovery.