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Is Hyper Intensity Training good for everyone?

Asked by R. Barnes, Last updated: Sep 16, 2020

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Anthony Paul Bonadio

Anthony Paul Bonadio

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Anthony Paul Bonadio
Anthony Paul Bonadio, Teacher, MCA, PhD, Toledo

Answered Apr 16, 2020

There is no definite answer to this question.
Generally, exercise is good for everyone, but in the case of HIIT, it depends on how the body responds to the intensity of the workout.

In most cases, the body takes advantage of HIIT to shed some body fat, also burning calories within a short time.

HIIT can help reduce high blood pressure in obese individuals. It can boost the function of some organs in the body, such as the heart and blood vessels.

It can help in reducing the high heart rate. The training can also increase your metabolism rate and help with skeletal muscle maturation. It improves oxygen consumption in athletes to improve their strength and also build up their endurance during challenges.

On the other hand, hyperintensity training can cause tendonitis, muscle strain, and also increase the stress on the joints in the body. During training, severe injuries can occur, which can and can also adjust the metabolic rhythm.

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E.Evelyn

E.Evelyn

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Answered Jan 27, 2020

It depends. More training can lead to muscle strains and tendonitis. When you elevate your speed, you risk putting stress on your joints. Exercising at more reps and increased speed may lead to severe injuries, and this can hurt the person. The benefits of low volume high-intensity training include: it can help to adjust your metabolic rhythm long term.

It can decrease the severity of type 2 diabetes. It can improve heart function, aerobic fitness, and overall fitness in people. It can also help reduce blood glucose levels. Intensity training takes up less time, which is one of the most common excuses people make about not exercising. Generally, overall fat burning does not depend on the length of time as much as the rate of intensity.

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