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in·ter·val train·ing

(in'tĕr-văl trān'ing)
Application of highly structured exercise with rest intervals using "supermaximum" effort to overload the specific systems of energy transfer; allows performance of inordinately high exercise intensities with minimal fatigue.
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interval training

A form of physical conditioning in which periods of high-intensity exercise alternate with periods of lesser exertion or rest and recovery.
See also: training
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Superior cardiovascular effect of aerobic interval training versus moderate continuous training in heart failure patients.
(2014) Physiological and health-related adaptations to low-volume interval training: influences of nutrition and sex.
Since leaving the Human Performance Institute, I have dutifully continued the 3x3 interval training, using a heart rate monitor at every workout.
According to the results of the present study neither high intensity interval training nor continuous low intensity training resulted in significant changes in selected cardiovascular performance parameters.
There are many studies that emphasize the benefits of high intensity interval training on Body mass index BMI and body fat percentage BFP.
These are consistent with recently proposed classifications for interval training [41].
In addition to the classic HIIT of endurance-oriented sports [17], new HIIT concepts have been established under the terms "Repeated Sprint Interval Training" (RST) and "Sprint Interval Training" (SIT), which are mainly used in ball sports [18,19].
"Interval training is also beneficial in people without diabetes," says Gibala.
Effect of interval training intensity on fat oxidation, blood lactate and the rate of perceived exertion in obese men.
Anaerobic exercise, or interval training, will include working in short bursts and explosive movements - sprinting, for example, at over 85 per cent MHR (maximum heartrate).
Mohammad Hafeez tried to test recovery of his right knee by running a couple of interval training laps and a few minutes of batting drills under the supervision of team doctor, a statement from team management said.
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