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​How To Calculate Your Max Heart Rate (You’re Probably Doing It Wrong)

Posted by on 25.Mar.2020 in Exercise

Beth Skwarecki . 9/13/19 If you’re someone who uses your heart rate as a way of making the most of your workout, we have bad news: that number you’re relying on—that is, your maximum heart rate—is probably not accurate. This number serves as the basis for all those heart rate zones and percentages that are […]

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ACE-SPONSORED RESEARCH: Active vs. Passive Recovery and Exercise Performance: Which Strategy Is Best?

Posted by on 25.Mar.2020 in Exercise, Recovery

Daniel J. Green . March 2018 Isaiah A. St. Pierre, Christina A. Buchanan, Ph.D., and Lance C. Dalleck, Ph.D., with Daniel J. GreenPrint A Copy Download and print the ACE  Recovery Study (250 KB) Recovery is perhaps the most commonly overlooked aspect of people’s exercise regimens. Perhaps it’s because most people feel they’re not working […]

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HIGH INTENSITY INTERVAL TRAINING (HIIT): BENEFITS, HISTORY & RECOMMENDATIONS

Posted by on 25.Mar.2020 in High Intensity Interval Training

Daniel Burford . July 31, 2016 High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) is a type of physical training that involves fast, intense bursts of exercise, followed by brief, intervals with much lesser intensity.  This can be conducted on almost all cardio machines, including bikes, treadmills, rowers and even cross trainers. HIIT offers significant benefits including to be much more […]

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HIIT, HVIT, OR VIIT: WHICH IT ARE YOU DOING AND DO YOU KNOW THE DIFFERENCES?

Posted by on 25.Mar.2020 in High Intensity Interval Training

FABIO COMANA · JUNE 1, 2018 High-intensity interval training (HIIT) is all the rage in the fitness world. No doubt you’ve seen various benefits touted just about everywhere, but what is the actual science behind this training design?  Would a high-volume interval training (HVIT) approach better meet training goals, or perhaps a combination approach of variable-intensity […]

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Peripheral Heart Action Training: “What’s Old is New Again”

Posted by on 25.Mar.2020 in Peripheral Heart Action

Len Kravitz, Ph.D. Study ReviewedStudy Reviewed: Piras, A., Persiani, M., Damiani, N. et al. (2015). Peripheral heart action (PHA) training as a valid substitute to high intensity interval training to improve resting cardiovascular changes and autonomic adaptation. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 115, 763-773. IntroductionPeripheral heart action (PHA) training is a system of conditioning developed […]

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Peripheral Heart Action Training: The All-in-One Workout

Posted by on 25.Mar.2020 in Peripheral Heart Action

Maurice Williams | 25 Oct 2015 As a personal fitness trainer, I get asked all the time the following question: “What is the best workout for me to do?” I always chuckle at this question! The biggest reason why I laugh is because there really is no “best” workout. One of the other reasons why I […]

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PERIPHERAL HEART ACTION TRAINING

Posted by on 25.Mar.2020 in Peripheral Heart Action

NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SPORTS MEDICINE · NOVEMBER 26, 2017 We know that weight loss or body fat reduction is largely based on a numbers game. And “working out” is a way of controlling the numbers (less calories in, more calories out and weight loss change can be achieved). Cardiovascular training and resistance training both have many desired […]

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