High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) has been completely bastardized over the last few years.
What started off as a tremendous conditioning protocol with the “side effect” of getting you extremely lean has turned into virtually any type of physical movement as long as it’s done with no rest or regard for exercise technique.
When you want to run fast, jump high or just have a set huge wheels to show off, development of the hamstrings and overall posterior chain is critical to your end results.
If you’re already incorporating staple exercises such as Olympic Lifts, Deadlifts, and Sprints in your routine then certainly your hamstrings and posterior chain are getting solid stimulus.
However, there are a few key exercises that you can add to your programming to assist with your development.