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WHOLE-BODY HIGH-INTENSITY INTERVAL TRAINING

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Posted 14 June 2018 - 12:42 PM


WHOLE-BODY HIGH-INTENSITY INTERVAL TRAINING
INDUCE SIMILAR CARDIORESPIRATORY ADAPTATIONS
COMPARED WITH TRADITIONAL HIGH-INTENSITY
INTERVAL TRAINING AND MODERATE-INTENSITY
CONTINUOUS TRAINING IN HEALTHY MEN
 

 

ABSTRACT

Schaun, GZ, Pinto, SS, Silva, MR, Dolinski, DB, and Alberton,
CL. Sixteen weeks of whole-body high-intensity interval training
induce similar cardiorespiratory responses compared with
traditional high-intensity interval training and moderateintensity
continuous training in healthy men. J Strength Cond
Res XX(X): 000–000, 2018—Low-volume high-intensity interval
training (HIIT) protocols that use the body weight as resistance
could be an interesting and inexpensive alternative to
traditional ergometer-based high-intensity interval training
(HIIT-T) and moderate-intensity continuous training (MICT).
Therefore, our aim was to compare the effects of 16 weeks
of whole-body HIIT (HIIT-WB), HIIT-T, and MICT on maximal
oxygen uptake (V_ O2max), second ventilatory threshold (VT2),
and running economy (RE) outcomes. Fifty-five healthy men
(23.7 6 0.7 years, 1.79 6 0.01 m, 78.5 6 1.7 kg) were
randomized into 3 training groups (HIIT-T = 17; HIIT-WB =
19; MICT = 19) for 16 weeks (33 per week). The HIIT-T group
performed eight 20-second bouts at 130% of the velocity
associated to V_ O2max (vV_ O2max) interspersed by 10-second
passive recovery on a treadmill, whereas HIIT-WB group performed
the same protocol but used calisthenics exercises at an
all-out intensity instead of treadmill running. Finally, MICT group
exercised for 30 minutes at 90–95% of the heart rate (HR)
associated to VT2. After the intervention, all groups improved
V_ O2max, vV_ O2max, time to exhaustion (Tmax), VT2, velocity
associated with VT2 (vVT2), and time to reach VT2 (tVT2) significantly
(p , 0.05). Moreover, Tmax, vVT2, and tVT2 were
greater after HIIT-T compared with HIIT-WB (p , 0.05),
whereas oxygen uptake increased and HR decreased during
the RE test in all groups (p , 0.05). Our results demonstrate
that HIIT-WB can be as effective as traditional HIIT while also
being time-efficient compared with MICT to improve healthrelated
outcomes after 16 weeks of training. However, HIIT-T
and MICT seem preferable to enhance performance-related
outcomes compared with HIIT-WB.

 

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