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    Bike HIIT

    Hello everyone. I want to try HIIT stationary bike, but I have two questions: Firstly, do I need to change something while going all out or just pedal like crazy? Second, I saw two sessions, the one being 30"sprint/60"easy, 4 times, 3 sets total and the other a descending style of 7, 5' sets with the first having 45" sprint/4'15" recovery, followed by 40"/4'20" and so on, until 15"/4'45". Which one is better for burning kilocalories and leaving you exhausted? Time is (mostly) not an issue... Thanks in advance...

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    I would recommend turning up the resistance on the pedals when you try HIIT on a bike. If you are at a low resistance or not "going uphill," you won't experience much challenge by pedaling harder. Sprints with light resistance on a bike don't add anything other than banging your knees on the handles or losing your footing.

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      #3
      You could try some youtube spinning classes. They seem like what you’re looking for.

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