18 Responses

  1. Andrea

    Andrea February 12, 2016 at 11:33 pm | | Reply

    Hi Joey, would you include the Metabolic Aftershock (you sent a link to this a little while ago) workouts in this HIIT category?

  2. Nonkululeko

    Nonkululeko February 13, 2016 at 2:59 am | | Reply

    Wow Joey you just hit the spot…. Been trying to loose baby weight using HITT method, after 3 weeks I don’t any changes because its just too hard to keep to the schedule…. I have since stoped due to sore knees which started after i started HIIT….

  3. Katheleen Waters

    Katheleen Waters February 13, 2016 at 7:11 am | | Reply

    on your workout videos there is not a warm up work out before doing the exercise, warming up muscles before doing the exercise prevents injuries, why is a warm up not included in your program?

  4. Fundi

    Fundi February 13, 2016 at 7:21 am | | Reply

    Goodstuff for women. Thanks Joey.


    RAFAELA WULF February 13, 2016 at 7:40 am | | Reply

    I would like to learn this alternative exercise method. I’m glad there’s something for us older women- 70+.

  6. jenn

    jenn February 13, 2016 at 10:25 am | | Reply

    I think this is a very weak argument against it. It just is not specific enough. I am 45 years old and do on average2 HIT wkts a week pepered in with strength seccions and yoga and allot of hiking. Yes it’s a bitter pill but we should be proud as women to strive for keeping ourselves in the shape to do it first off. I’t not for the unfit or very overweight but it’s fitness country if you so choose. Good form and specific attention to details and no injuries usually. I’m in cause I know I need to be doing more than liit.

  7. Tara

    Tara February 13, 2016 at 10:30 am | | Reply

    Hi Joey! You give us this awesome information and now what? I have my workout today and now I don’t want to go but have to. If I knew what to do, I could change it up today.

  8. Debbie

    Debbie February 13, 2016 at 11:16 am | | Reply

    I’ve been getting your emails, but don’t have your dvd’s. How do I get them?

  9. Melissa

    Melissa February 14, 2016 at 9:31 pm | | Reply

    This blog/post or whatever it is, is simply ridiculous. I am 43 years old and have been doing Beachbody/HIIT videos for years. I started with Insanity then went to P90x, P90x2, Asylumn 1 & 2, Les Mills Pump and finally Hammer and Chisel. I’m 5’3, 110 lbs and workout to these videos 4-6 days a week and absolutely love them because they’re challenging. So unless someone has a physical problem such as chronic spinal issues, then I cannot understand why you would NOT try some of these workouts! However if you are simply lazy and want something that doesn’t hurt, doesn’t challenge and doesn’t make you sweat then definitely do another workout…or just sit on the couch and you’ll get the same results.

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