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HOT Health & Fitness Tips: Interview about HIIT With Gold Olympian, Steve Lewis

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SPECIAL GUEST: Steve Lewis (UCLA Alumni, 1988 & 1992 Triple-Gold & Silver Olympic Champion (Track & Field). He shared his fitness tips (HIIT) to burn more calories & maintain his chiseled body in his 40s.

Part 10 (Final Part) of my 10-Part Calorie Burning Series

TOPIC: How to use HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) in less minutes to burn more calories during/after exercising.

Steve 's short BIOGRAPHY: 

WORLD RECORD 400 m sprint/Olympic CHAMPION... born in Los Angeles with incredible strength & running skills, but his will was stronger than his skill. He used both to become a High School, NCAA, UST&F, and triple-Olympic gold-medal & a silver medal champion in the 400 Meter Run & UCLA & US Olympic team mile relays. He’s so amazing, he won two CIF CA Sate State Meet gold medals in high school.

 in 1987, he attended UCLA on track scholarship.

1988 (at age 19), Steve broke the World Jr. 400 m Record with a 44.1

In the 1988 Olympic Games 400 m final, Steve wasn’t the favorite to win the gold; then WR holder & Steve’s US teammate, Butch Reynolds was to win it. BUT, Steve got out fast in the first 300 meters & was in the lead off the final turn; he held on to upset Reynolds & won his first Olympic Gold medal in 43.87 - his PB and still the US, N American & World Junior record, according to Wikipedia. 

Contact Steve Lewis at seoulman400@aol.com 

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