Better fitness with just six minutes of training a week? Tom…

Thomas Vanderveken researches whether your fitness can really improve with just six minutes of training a week.
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Better off with just six minutes of training a week? It seemed too good to be true. Thomas Vanderveken (39) searched for Fact-checkers Whether that’s really possible with so-called HIIT training, and I was surprised by the results.

Earlier this year, Thomas Vanderviken became a father again. Taking care of his children with work is hard work. Regularly there is no time left to exercise. Thomas wants to do something about it, and he’s found some videos online that claim you can significantly improve your fitness with just six minutes of training a week. It’s called HIIT: High Intensity Interval Training, or Intense Interval Training.

The task is simple: train three times a week for eight weeks. Two minutes at a time: Together, six minutes a week. With each training, Thomas has to go down four times for 30 seconds. It will be a battle against itself for two months. Thomas gives up and goes so deep that he’s out for a week with a back injury. But the leap he makes is exceptional. His condition improves by ten percent and his weight and body fat decrease.

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“Fact Checkers”, One, 8.40 p.m.

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