ACE investigates whether HIIT resistance exercise is superior to traditional resistance training.
Much of the focus of high-intensity interval training (HIIT) in both research and practice has been on aerobic exercise—and for good reason. HIIT aerobic exercise has repeatedly been shown to improve cardiorespiratory fitness and vascular function in a time-efficient manner. However, research on HIIT resistance training has been lacking until now.
To evaluate how effective the HIIT paradigm is in relation to resistance training, ACE enlisted the help of Lance Dalleck, PhD, and his team of researchers in the High Altitude Exercise Physiology Program at Western State Colorado University.
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