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Bria Method Breaks Down the Difference Between HIIT and LIT Classes


Warminster, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 12/12/2019 -- As one of the East Coast's leading authorities in the fitness world, Bria Method encourages its members to experiment with HIIT and LIT classes. HIIT stands for High-Intensity Interval Training, and LIT stands for Low-Impact Interval Training. The difference is more or less exactly what it sounds like, but both options provide solid routines that can be useful to almost everyone, regardless of their long-term and short-term fitness goals.

HIIT Classes are ideal for individuals who are no strangers to the world of fitness. In other words, HIIT Classes are for people who are comfortable pushing themselves beyond their limits while working out. The high-intensity option offers many different tools, machines, and exercises to facilitate short workout intervals that typically last about 20 seconds. High-intensity workout intervals are followed by brief periods of rest before the activity or exercise is repeated.

LIT Classes are obviously lower on the intensity scale, but their structure is also noticeably different from that of HIIT Classes. The HIIT Program is like a non-stop shuffle of unpredictable exercise sequences, while LIT Classes typically stick to Barre, Yoga, and Dance Fit. Members will generally know what to expect before starting LIT Class, and the low-impact program is great for improving flexibility, cardio endurance, and muscle tone.

Individuals who are interested in learning more about Bria Method's HIIT Classes and LIT Classes can visit them online at for additional details, or stop by in person anytime during business hours to consult with one of their fitness trainers.

About Bria Method
Bria Method is a cutting-edge group fitness studio centered in Warminster, PA. Providing group fitness classes for men and women of all levels, Bria Method offers balance fitness, HIIT classes, LIIT classes incorporating yoga and barre, and more, complete with personalized and professional advice for all members from Tony Bria himself on living a healthier and more active life.