Light cardio actually helps enhance your ability to think and feel better. It can also help you sleep better at night, so it’s a good idea to do some light workouts in the morning. But since our bodies are programmed for long days of work, we recommend that you mid-day times when you have more time available. You should be able to get in a 30 or 45 minutes workout without feeling like it takes forever!
What is HIIT? How does HIIT differ from standard cardio exercises?
HIIT stands for high intensity interval training and involves short periods of intense exercise between low intensity (generally known as rest) and higher intensity (generally known as work). The point is to burn fat while challenging your cardiovascular system, which will make all other activities on the day easier on your body! This is best done on an elliptical machine or treadmill with speed incline settings around level 3–5—this allows for short but quick bursts of high energy output—but don’t worry if this sounds intimidating: we created a 20 minute beginner workout just for you! For additional information about HIIT here’s what Dr. Oz says: http://www.doctoroz.com/videos/dr-robert-kirshner—highintensitytraining–isntalwaysbad#video_1