High-intensity training: why adjusting recovery periods could boost your fitness
Our Director of Performance, Sport and Health Neil Gibson, recently wrote an article on the effects of high-intensity training for The Conversation…
From World Cup footballers to amateur enthusiasts, high-intensity interval training has become a staple of fitness regimes worldwide. It is about exercising for short, intense periods, interspersed with brief intervals for recovery.
People who take part are usually free to work as hard as their fitness levels and motivation will allow, though the length of the recovery period tends to be predefined. The logic is that this ensures an appropriate work-to-rest ratio – the more intensely you want to work the more recovery should be allowed.
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