Let’s start with the obvious question. What is LISS? LISS stands for Low Intensity Steady State and it is a cardio workout that lasts between 30-60 minutes spent in the 60% of your max heart rate zone, also known as the fat burning zone. By maintaining a steady pace for an extended period of time, it helps promote fat loss, increased blood flow and improvement in overall endurance. During the Sweat 12 Week Challenge, you will become very familiar with LISS! Examples of LISS Power…
40 minute treadmill workout - intervals with fast incline walking
Some hardcore bodybuilders don’t believe in doing cardiovascular training. Don’t be one of them. While cardio may not be essential to overall muscle building, it’s important to do some type of interval or steady-state cardio to keep your heart and lungs healthy. Keep it Old School – www.oldschoollabs.com
What's More Beneficial: Steady-State or High Intensity Cardio?