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1 Jun 19
Just joined this forum and this is my first post. Down in Melbourne and have had Michael’s book for about 6 weeks (fast exercise)
I have lost my weight over 8 months and in the last month have started a HIIT program ( bike & rowing ) i started with 3 x 30 sec and 3 minutes slow. I’m now up to 7 x 30 sec and 1.5 minutes slow. My question is how far can you go ? Should I just reduce my slow/rest period or keep increasing my 30 sec intervals or both just not sure how far to go. Any input would be great..thanks for you time.
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