Hyper intensity training is a training idea in which low to moderate activity intervals are alternated with quick bursts of energy. It may be applied to running exercises such as squatting or running. It is considered to be even better for you than the typical cardio workout because the intensity is higher, and you get your heart rate up while improving aerobic and anaerobic endurance. It is said to be a superior cardiovascular exercise strategy.
These workouts also induce exceptional athletic condition and capacity and better glucose metabolism. An excellent example of hyperintense interval training is to run as fast as you can for four minutes, then briskly walk for another four minutes. Repeat this eight-minute interval five times, and you complete a forty-minute workout.