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    High intensity interval training (HIIT) has become incredibly prevalent in the fitness industry over the past few years. There are many gyms around the country that only focus on high intensity interval training work outs, and many of the ones who don’t focus solely on high intensity interval training, offer classes. One of the major draws to high intensity interval training is that, it is said, there is fat burn from twenty-four to seventy-two hours after the shorter workout is completed. Which is appealing to anyone who has a busy life with work, children and social lives. Time is the number one reason that people do not work out, “I am too busy” or “I don’t have enough time”. So, getting a greater physical and physiological benefit from a shorter more intense workout is appealing to many people. There have been numerous studies and research done to investigate these claims.…

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    According to the Journal of Physiology, high-intensity interval training describes physical exercise that represent brief, intermittent bursts of vigorous activity, integrated by periods of rest (Gibala et al., 2012). The effectiveness of high-intensity training on the cardiovascular and muscular skeletal system is not in question, as it’s been proven in numerous studies the impact HIIT has on the cardiovascular system, psychological health, and physiological changes. Emberts, Porcari, Steffen,…

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    High-Intensity Interval Training High-Intensity Interval Training (also known as HIIT) is a specialized form of interval training that involves short intervals of maximum intensity exercise separated by longer intervals of low to moderate intensity exercise (High Intensity Interval Training). A recent study compared participants who did steady-state cardio for 30 minutes three times a week to those who did 20 minutes HIIT three times per week. The result is astonishing. The HIIT group showed a…

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    Not everyone has a consciousness to exercise, especially if you are busy with work. The reason there was no time. That is why high-intensity interval training (HIIT) trend. HIIT is a type of sport that combines several motions with a certain interval. Usually divided into movements with high intensity cardio, interspersed with other movements slower. Due to the high intensity, it is feared many are overwhelmed because it is difficult to run HIIT consistently. Many of the studies that say, if…

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    110 Discussion 10/21/15 Big Assignment High Intensity Interval Training (Crossfit) vs. Moderate Intensity Exercise Obesity is a hot topic in today’s American culture especially within the health and fitness world. Research suggests that obesity is linked to the resistance of insulin within the body. This increased insulin resistance seen among obese individuals is also connected to reduced lipid oxidation. It is a well known fact that exercise inherently increases the fitness level of an…

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    Warm Up Hypothesis

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    purpose of this research study is to determine the effects of a high intensity versus a low intensity warm up on oxygen deficit and performance. This study hypothesized that the oxygen deficit levels will decrease with a high intensity warm up, therefore reaching steady state faster compared to a low intensity warm up. The Independent Variables are high intensity warm up versus a low intensity warm up, and the Dependent Variable are Oxygen Deficit and performance. There are also limitations…

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    sit in for a class or two free while you check it out. Or, just take the leap and search around for a pole in your price range. There are a lot of invaluable things to be gained. What have you got to lose? Most likely, you have never heard of the Tabata Method. Luckily you have come to the right place. In this article the Tabata Method will be explained, where it comes from, and some different ways of using it. Tabata is the name of a very successful exercise scientist from Japan. Through his…

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    Nursing Trauma Case Study

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    client’s health history. Biographic Data-The client’s demographic data, should include the name, address, age, sex, marital status, occupation, religion, health care financing, and their primary care provider. Chief Complaint-The reason for the visit should be obtained and documented in the client’s own words. History of Present Illness-Find out when the symptoms started and how did they occur such as suddenly or gradually. Determine the intensity of the pain. Have the client to describe the…

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    Tell people to think of trend and they might give you an answer like Kylie Jenner lip challenge or twerking. Not all trends are good and many are just people trying to fit in. A new trend that has been on a steady rise is CrossFit, but this isn’t a dance or a new lipstick. CrossFit is a workout regime that has burst onto the scene in recent years. CrossFit is constantly varied functional movements performed at high intensity, basically a high intensity workout that has you constantly moving.…

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    HIIT Workout Analysis

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    leaving her house or using any equipment, Anderson has completed a full-body workout in about 20 minutes. Anderson, a BYU elementary education student from Perrysburg, Ohio, used to spend an hour doing cardio at the gym, but for the last two months, she’s done high-intensity interval training (HIIT) at her house instead. “I love feeling like a boss after only working out for 20 minutes,” Anderson said in an email. Although the workouts are relatively short, she said they feel longer because of…

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