Filed under: High intensity training
High Intensity Training (HIT) conference presentations are now available on our website. These presentations provide informative information on this hot topic.
The October 12, 2010 edition of the Montreal Gazette examines the science of fat burning and asks the question - is there a workout guaranteed for weight loss and fat burning?
The Off Duty section of the Air Force Times recently published an article that looks at the popularity high-intensity fitness programs and concerns about their safety.
It has been known to trainers that alternating higher intensity and lower intensity training sessions is the most effective means for conditioning athletes.
As reported in the September 20, 2010 edition of the Tauton Daily Gazzette (Tauton, MA), recent research indicates that it is not necessary to train at high-effort levels every exercise session. In other words, a combination of higher intensity and lower intensity exercise is recommended for a sensible and successful fitness program. The full article can be accessed here.
Last week, Wired Magazine ran an article on high intensity fitness programs that are being studied and evaluated in a review of high-intensity fitness programs by the Consortium for Health and Military Performance (CHAMP) at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Bethesda, MD.
In response, Wired has published a follow up article that offers a view of CrossFit from a soldier's perspective.