Gibala, M. J & Hawley, J. (2017). Sprinting toward fitness. Cell Metabolism,25(5), 988-990.: Cell Press. Retrieved from https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cmet.2017.04.030
Intense intermittent exercise, or interval training, is a powerful stimulus to induce many of the physiological adaptations typically associated with traditional, moderate-intensity continuous training. While coaches and athletes have recognized the value of interval training to enhance performance for over a century, recent scientific interest has focused on the application of this training method for health promotion. Despite renewed attention, the mechanistic basis for the physiological remodeling that occurs after interval training and the role that the stochastic nature of this type of exercise plays in mediating adaptive responsesremains to be elucidated.
Mary MacKillop Institute for Health Research
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