High-intensity workouts are seen as a time-efficient method for burning a ton of calories to help get clients results. Increasing evidence suggests that high-intensity exercise may also offer brain-strengthening benefits, such as enhancing alertness and problem solving skills which ultimately boosts productivity.
High-intensity exercise not only improves blood flow to the working muscles, but also increases blood flow to the brain. Increasing oxygen flow to the brain can increase alertness, which means that an early HIIT workout could help you be more productive throughout your day. Completing a challenging workout could even give you the confidence to accomplish daunting tasks that may now seem easy in comparison.
"You're working out your brain at the same time as your heart." - Thomas Crook, Ph.D.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans recommends that each week you perform at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic activity or 75 minutes of vigorous physical activity – or an equivalent combination of the two. So, that means you should be joining us for at least 2 classes or sessions per week to boost your brainpower.