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Interval Training (Part 3)

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As the lastĀ installment, this final interval post covers every interval not time based.

If you need help getting started, wonder about the science behind interval training, or are wondering what the heck HITT is, check out Part 1.

If you were looking for 9 awesome time based protocols, you’ll have to see Part 2.

This is everything else.

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Interval Training (Part 2)

I’ll cut straight to the chase, this is just going to be a summary of the different interval protocols you can try.

If you don’t know how to get started with Interval Training you missed part 1.

If you don’t know what Interval Training is or HIIT is, you missed part 1.

Read it, then come back for more energy system training ideas than you can shake a stick at!

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Interval Training (Part 1)

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Interval Training was the buzz word for the last few years.

I’m happy to say that the buzz and foreign association people used to have with it is gone, and it’s become a staple in the fitness world.

Why?

Because it works!

Want to learn all the stuff you won’t find on Wikipedia?…

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My Beef with Circuit Training

Like Hammer Pants and the Crew Cut, I hope to see circuit training, the way it is currently done, become a part of 90’s popular culture, that we all laugh and snicker at.

Remember when?…

…Sadly, I still see the wide spread use of circuit training rampant at most every commercial gym I step foot in, particularly so-called ‘fitness classes,‘ which is just a bit of an oxymoron.

Even more sad, is that the way most people circuit train might be one of the least effective ways to lose weight and enhance your quality of life.

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