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, and greater remembered pleasure and enjoyment. Matthew Stork will present empirical work examining the acute psychological responses of inactive people to two forms of interval training and continuous exercise, and will discuss what role such responses might play in predicting future exercise behavior

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Emmanuel Gomes Ciolac, José Messias Rodrigues da Silva and Rodolfo Paula Vieira

. 44 , 45 , 111 – 114 In addition, high-intensity interval training (HIIT) appears to be superior to continuous moderate exercise for improving endothelial function, 26 , 115 , 116 arterial stiffness, 26 , 49 markers of sympathetic activity, 25 , 26 insulin sensitivity and fasting insulin, 115

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Liam D. Harper, Adam Field, Liam D. Corr and Robert J. Naughton

flux of the anaerobic and aerobic energy systems will be in constant change, mimicking that of high-intensity interval training (HIIT) protocols. In older adults, HIIT has been shown to improve metabolic ( Søgaard et al., 2018 ) and cardiovascular health ( Izadi, Ghardashi Afousi, Asvadi Fard, & Babaee

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Richard B. Kreider

.g., jumping in place, multiple hops, distance jumps, etc.), interval training (repeated sprints of varying lengths with recovery periods), and classical repeated-sprint training with progressively decreasing work-to-rest ratios (e.g., 1:10, 1:8, 1:6) as training adaptations occur. Strength and conditioning

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Eric J. Evans, Keith E. Naugle, Tyler Owen and Kelly M. Naugle

-intensity interval training . BMJ Open Sport & Exercise Medicine, 3 ( 1 ), e000258 . PubMed ID: 29021913 doi: 10.1136/bmjsem-2017-000258 Mullins , N.M. , Tessmer , K.A. , McCarroll , M.L. , & Peppel , B.P. ( 2012 ). Physiological and perceptual responses to Nintendo Wii Fit in young and older adults