HIIT Programming 12:33

There are 4 main types of HIIT Long Duration Waves lasting 2-5 minutes per interval. W:R is typically 1:1. Short Duration Waves lasting 30-60s per interval. W:R Ratios are 1:1 -1:4 Spike (Sprint) Intervals last 10-20s per interval. W:R Ratios are 1:5 or greater rest. Variable waves use a combination of the above waves […]

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High Intensity Readiness 03:16

While High Intensity exercise offers numerous benefits, a deconditioned client may struggle or potentially be at risk when the stress of exercise becomes too much. Using the High Intensity Readiness screen may help ensure your client is conditioned well enough to tolerate high intensity demand. […]

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General HIIT Guidelines 07:38

When creating a HIIT session or block, follow these general guidelines: High intensity should be above 80%HRmax (higher or lower depending on ability). Durations can be anywhere from 10s per interval to 4 minutes.  Duration of Interval and Intensity are inversely proportional Recovery periods can be active using aerobic intensities or complete rest W:R Ratio […]

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Physiological Targets of HIIT 11:59

Physiological targets of HIIT include: Enhancement of the cardiorespiratory system Greater muscle oxygen delivery and utilization Aerobic and anaerobic metabolism Neuromuscular efficiency […]

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Intro to HIIT 01:48

This week we’ll discuss the ever so popular High Intensity Interval Training which alternates anaerobic exercise with adequate aerobic rest, either actively or passively. […]

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