high intensity interval training

Comparing HIIT and LISS is a pointless exercise, just know when the time is right for either in a balanced program.
Your feelings don't matter! The higher the intensity, the less likely it is to feel "good." It's smart training and did we mention, your feelings don't matter.
When it comes to exercise, not only is finding the time to do it an issue, but also assuring the exercise session is result-producing. This is where high intensity interval training comes into play.
A single minute of exercise each day is linked to better bone health in women, new research shows.
In a new study, researchers analyzed what women say makes them feel happy and successful, and how their expectations and beliefs about exercise foster or undermine those things.
This is the first study to demonstrate improvements in cardiac structure and function to be recorded following an exercise intervention in type 2 diabetes.
Mindless volume will never be as effective as high intensity to create progress toward your fitness goals.
Research suggests that high-intensity workouts might help sedentary adults to stick to a workout routine.
A study shows that hydraulic resistance training can provide the most bang-for-your-buck caloric expediture during an exercise session.
When you plan your HIIT sessions, don't underestimate the importance of rest intervals. Here's what the research says.
Being able to push through that last bit of a workout and having decreased recovery time are useful to all athletes.
Drew Baye is the President of Drew Baye's High Intensity Training and one of the smartest science-based professionals in the business.
Fredrick is a long-time professional in the fitness industry. Today he's going to share some great info on training and nutrition that those new to the industry will especially benefit from.
It appears that training with some intervals, despite working up a sweat, makes no difference at all to how well you perform. I did some research and here's what I discovered.
We all understand the benefits of interval training at this point, and I prefer to do intervals on hills due to the reduction in compressive forces. Here's 2 examples of incline/hill workouts.
If your goal is to maximize your endurance for your particular sport or event, then it matters how you set up your intervals when training. Here's how and why.
You hear a lot about Tabata intervals. It is an efficient and intense way to exercise aerobically and anaerobically. Do you know where this exercise protocol originated?