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Slide Show: Interval Training

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●   The presentation starts with a brief history of interval training.

●   The benefits and arguments for and against interval training are presented. 

●   The classification of intervals and terminology of interval training is reviewed.

●   The specifics of different kinds of interval training are reviewed. 

●   The importance of determining the appropriate recovery period between intervals is outlined. 

●   The so-called VO2 interval, or maximal aerobic interval, is reviewed in detail.

 


 

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