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High-Intensity Interval Training May Prevent Common Diseases
High-Intensity Interval Training May Prevent Common Diseases
A typical workout consists of cardio-intensive exercise and a strength-training routine.
Despite popular fitness trends such as “vacation-mode” workouts and “mini-fast” diets, most experts agree that you need both cardio and strength training to stay healthy and slim.
But a new study suggests that high-intensity interval training, a high-intensity version of traditional cardio, may be even better.
High-intensity interval training is like a mini-workout. Instead of jogging for 30 minutes, doing resistance training or performing cardio such as walking or swimming, you do 20 to 30 seconds of your most intense exercise (mild to moderate-intensity, in other words) followed by 10 seconds of your less strenuous activity.
You can do this interval routine for as little as a few seconds to as long as a half-hour. Whatever your interval workout, the idea is to leave your body completely spent and primed to take on your next bout of high-intensity exercise.
“High-intensity interval training is highly productive because it not only gives us all the benefits of traditional, steady-state cardio (cardio that lasts at least 10 minutes at a low or moderate pace), but it also helps us burn more fat, helps us build more muscle and increases our ability to burn fat even more quickly,” says exercise physiologist Ayele Fanuel, director of research at Harvard-affiliated Cambridge Health Alliance in Boston.
Researchers at Cambridge Health Alliance and the National Institute on Aging recently performed a study on 102 people, 57 percent of whom were men, that examined whether high-intensity interval training would help people live longer and healthier lives. All participants were between the