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Consistency should be a cornerstone of any fitness routine, but doing the same routine can get stale quickly. Switching up the type of training you do keeps your workout routine fun and fresh, and if you’re having fun, you’re more likely to stay motivated— a bonus is that it challenges your body in different ways. We asked three Alo Moves instructors to walk us through three different styles of training you can start incorporating into your routine right away.
High-intensity interval training (HIIT) 45 min workout has been around for years and is one of the best ways to train. Essentially, you perform short intervals of an exercise at an intense level followed by an even shorter rest period. HIIT is great for the days when you want to get both your strength and cardio training in, in a single session (and for the days when you're short on time).
IMPROVE YOUR T-SPINE AND SHOULDER MOBILITY! improve your t-spine and shoulder mobility! For this drill, you’ll need a foam roller: 1️⃣Set up on your knees and feet on the floor, and your forearms on the roller. 2️⃣Simultaneously push your hips back and reach your arms overhead, and sink your chest through your arms. 3️⃣Make sure you gently push down into the roller to make it an active stretch rather than passively