Hello all. Well, some background if it helps; I'm 183cm, and 111kg. My long term goal is to get to 93kg where I will be about 18% body fat. I've started up exercising for about 2 months and eating right for about 1, and started weighing myself a few days ago. Oh and i'm male, despite the name (long story).
Anyway, I just twisted my ankle running. I don't want to drop the ball with my cardio, and I've started riding my bike again recently, so I figure why not do some HIIT intervals on my bike to lose weight? My ankle should be ok for cycling in a few days, but who knows how long it'll be before I can run on it again.
So I figure I will do two minutes of easy spinning at about 90 rpm, then some high intensity sprinting/mashing for one minute, rinse and repeat until I'm exhausted. Is this a decent routine? My primary goal here is calorie burning and fat loss, before cycling was more for fun but since i can no longer run i am going to be a bit more serious about it.
Any suggestions or advice much appreciated.