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The HIIT Bible - Supercharge Your Body and Brain - cover

The HIIT Bible - Supercharge Your Body and Brain

Steve Barrett

Publisher: Bloomsbury Sport

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The HIIT Bible is the ultimate guide to High-Intensity Interval Training – the fastest and most effective means of getting fit and improving body composition. 
 
A complete reference guide, The HIIT Bible explains everything you need to know about the exercise method that delivers big results – fast. Read about its many benefits and gain expert advice on how to use HIIT to get fit, look toned and feel fantastic. 
 
Accessible, practical and written by a globally recognised fitness authority, it features masses of tried and tested high intensity exercises and moves, each accompanied by easy-to- follow photos and instructions. The HIIT Bible is the only book on High-Intensity Interval Training you'll ever need.

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