TMAC Training is created by Todd McCullough- a former University of Florida football player. For a superior shape, Todd was not satisfied with solely Yoga, so combining HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) with Yoga can help people to push the anaerobic threshold and also experience the healing benefits of Yoga.
The 20 minutes To Strong, Healthy and Fit have the following benefits:
You need to sweat six days a week to get great results. The main reason people don’t accomplish this is because they don't have enough time. That is where HIIT comes in. You can do a HIIT workout for even just seven minutes and still get the same results or better.
- A complete workout:
Most HIIT workouts address your Type II Muscle Fibres. These are your fast-twitch muscles. Exercises commonly used to train them include squats, cleans, and the bench press. Yoga addresses your Type I Muscle fibres, your stabilizers for example: half-moon and extended side angle. Combining yoga and HIIT helps in muscle building and cardiovascular benefits in addition to strengthen important stabilizing muscles that help protect you.
- Connecting to your breath:
One of the many benefits of yoga is that it connects you back to your breath and leaves you in a relaxed state (via your parasympathetic nervous system). After all, who doesn't chill out during shavasana? Imagine being able to carry this empowering yet Zen feeling with you every day! How would that affect you co-workers, friends, and family?
- Sweat six days a week.
- Train for two to three days a week.
- The days that you know you don't have the time to do what you love, implement the 20-Minute Workout.
- At the end of the day, you need to listen to your body and do what works for you.
- If you live a busy life like most of us do or simply want a quick yet effective workout, you should integrate this type of training in your weekly workout schedule.