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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.

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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2003) The effect of intermittent training in hypobaric hypoxia on sea-level exercise: a crossover study in humans.
Besides its effect on VO2 max, high-intensity intermittent training may improve athletic performance.
In contrary to the present understandings, Agha-Alinejad et al, (2013) reported increment of dehydroepiandrosterone in both continuous an intermittent training groups, during study period, by a similar study and with completely similar trainings protocol [1].
The purpose of this study is to analyze fiber types constituting male Wistar rat semitendinous muscle and its myosin heavy chains, as well as to show these muscular fiber behavior when submitted to intermittent training.
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I missed five weeks of training altogether but before that I wintered really well and since the European Indoors I've had some good intermittent training sessions.
He and his colleagues expected to see the benefits of intermittent training when they recently conditioned rats to fear a noise that had been paired with a foot shock.
Intermittent Training on Aerobic Capacity, Body Composition and Blood Lactate Response in Sedentary Females" (Master's thesis).
There is a need to consider the impact of intermittent training on individual performance (Gattiker 1992).
1996) Effects of moderate-intensity endurance and high-intensity intermittent training on anaerobic capacity and V[O.
Further, blood collection was carried out four times: before and after exhaustive exercise in pre and post high intensity aerobic intermittent training.