High Intensity Training (HIT) technique Negative Only on Nautilus Multi-Exercise

by Chris Lutz


A demonstration of probably our best technique in high intensity training (HIT) using the Nautilus Multi-Exercise for chin ups. We use this as an advanced technique and it is very thorough and productive. It can produce overtraining if done too frequently or for too long. I did drop out of the top a little too quickly. The goal should be to hold in position at the top making the transfer from feet to your hands, lower slowly over about 10 sec. When you can no longer control it in a couple seconds coming down, consider that muscular fatigue. I chose a range of 6-8 reps for maximum strength, muscle gain.

About the Presenter

Chris Lutz

Chris Lutz IDEA Author/Presenter

Chris Lutz is author of the books, Start, Operate, and Grow Your Personal Training Business and The Business of Personal Training. He is the owner and founder of S.P.A.R.T.A. - Sports Performance and Resistance Training Association. S.P.A.R.T.A. offers business tools and resources to other personal trainers and fitness professionals in the industry. https://www.spartatraining.com