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interval training

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(Athletics (Track & Field)) a method of athletic training using alternate sprinting and jogging. Also called: fartlek
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Nighttime blood pressures improved significantly, from 140/84 to 129/79 mm Hg, with interval training but were unchanged in the other two groups, said Dr.
He was interval training before anybody thought of calling it interval training.
Similarly, nighttime blood pressures improved significantly, from 140/84 to 129/79 mm Hg, with interval training but were unchanged in the other two patient groups, according to Dr.
METHODS: We used two exercise regimens: in Trial 1 seven male subjects were randomly stressed on a treadmill at 0, 30%, 60%, 90% and 120% of their maximal oxygen uptake (VO2max); in Trial 2 five highly trained male subjects underwent intensive interval training sessions twice daily for ten days, followed by a six-day recovery period.
What defines this new variation of the SoBe theme is the addition of an interval training program that Agatston says will rev up your metabolism and cause you to burn more calories even when you're not exercising.
In The Interval Training Manual, Tom Kelso, one of the finest and most creative strength and conditioning professionals in the country, has fervently and meticulously compiled an interval training format that is ultra-comprehensive in design, and has taken just about every troubleshooting issue to task with great detail.
Included in this discussion are the parallels to sports training techniques, such as cross and interval training and the use of today's technology.
But if you want to get rid of that beer gut, you need to do interval training.
The player said yes, her team did interval training and on-court footwork.