Based on recent findings regarding the mechanical determinants of sprint performance, resisted sled sprint (RSS) training may provide an effective tool for the improvement of sprint acceleration and maximal velocity. However, the volume and intensity for effective RSS training in different populations is unclear.
High-intensity interval training (HIIT) performed on exercise cycle or treadmill is considered safe and often more beneficial for fat loss and cardiometabolic health than moderate-intensity continuous training (MICT). The aim of this pilot study was to assess the feasibility and effectiveness of a 12-week boxing training (HIIT) intervention compared with an equivalent dose of brisk walking (MICT) in obese adults.
If you’re in the Boston Area on Saturday May 2nd, stop by Salem State University for the Spring meeting of the Massachusetts Association of Clinical Exercise Physiologists (MACEP). There will be a number of presentations, and Dr. Jason Gillis will be presenting recent research assessing the influence of Biofreeze, foam-rolling and Kinesiology Tape on recover from exercise-induced muscle damage.
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By Dr Jason Gillis
The MMA Training Bible
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