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Jun 2020

Why a short, high intensity strength training (HIT) once a week ensures maximum fitness and health

Current scientific research shows that if you train for hours every week, especially when it comes to medium-intensity endurance activities, there is no added value in improving "health and fitness". Why only high intensity strength training (HIT) is able to optimize all components of metabolic activity and deliver unique health benefits in minutes.
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11
Jun 2020

Why you should NOT exercise more than once a week at maximum intensity

The stronger the stimulus, the greater the signal to build muscle in the body. At the same time, however, the degree of exhaustion after training increases, and with it the recovery time required. This is exactly why High Intensity strength training (HIT) is the most effective and time-saving form of strength training because it enables the greatest possible stimulus in just a few minutes of workout. And this only every 5-7 days, because the muscles need this time to recover.
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11
Jun 2020

Why high intensity strength training burns more fat than endurance training

Losing fat can often be difficult. Often the diet is adjusted and you still do not lose the fat mass that you wanted. The change in diet alone is often not enough to achieve the genetically optimal body fat ratio. In this science article you can find out why high-intensity (HIT) strength training is ideal for boosting fat loss.
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