Amy Cody

Free Course


You want to get fitter, healthier, lose weight and tone up those muscles.  But

  • Where are you going to get the time?  
  • W​here do you start?  
  • And have you seen the cost of gym memberships and personal training sessions?

​​​High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) i​s gaining in popularity very quickly because it solves so many of these problems.

​Plus, it has been shown to be very effective at lowering body fat and building muscle tone.

​But, is it for you?  Almost certainly.

​This free course of easy to follow videos by one of the most experienced HIIT instructors around will show you the essentials of HIIT and how it can benefit you.  



To get immediate access, please tell me where to send the course by entering your details below:

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You will receive:

  • ​Easy to follow videos by an experienced instructor
  • ​​​Follow-up emails and links to supporting information
  • ​Additional downloads and bonus materials
  • ​Lifetime Access to the Course and all Materials

The videos cover the following topics:

  1. Introduction to HIIT
  2. The Benefits of HIIT
  3. T​he Essentials of HIIT
  4. HIIT for Fat Loss and Muscle Gain
  5. HIIT for Endurance
  6. Common Mistakes
  7. The Best Diet for HIIT
  8. Conclusions: Is HIIT for You?

Course ​Instructor:

​Chris Dehane

​​​​Chris Dehane has worked as a personal and group trainer and coach for close on 20 years and has devised numerous exercise routines, courses and classes.  He became interested in High Intensity Training back when it was just plain HIT and now incorporates HIIT into fitness routines for as many clients as possible.  ​

Chris believes in clients knowing why they are doing a particular exercise, not just how to do it.  ​His HIIT is for You course has been devised in line with this approach.  

​Just enter your details below to get immediate access to the full course:

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