The Interval Training Workout: Build Muscle and Burn Fat with Anaerobic Exercise

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Hunter House, 2001 - Health & Fitness - 144 pages
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The Interval Training Workout, cowritten by a doctor and a certified trainer, shows how interval training can be done practically anywhere and benefit anyone who wants to get healthy. The training has three key components: -Interval training workoutswith brief repetitions of intense exercise alternating with intervals of rest; (extended) workouts: longer weekly sessions which allow certain biochemical and muscular adaptations that improve fitness and burn fat; and-active rest days: steady, comfortably paced exercises that help the body rest and recover while still burning calories. The book also offers specific customizable programs for training and tips for assessing performance and tracking progress.

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Nitti has studied human physiology for over 20 years. A nationally ranked distance runner, he used interval training techniques to qualify for the 1992 Men's Olympic Trials.

Nitti is an avid amateur athlete and a certified personal trainer specializing in exercise and wellness programs for women.

Lewis has been called the greatest long jumper of all time. During his career, he won a total of nine gold medals in four consecutive Olympic Games. Since retiring from active competition in 1996, he has worked nationally to promote the cause of organ and tissue donation.

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