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Claire-Marie Roberts and Jacky Forsyth

number of our estrogen receptors decrease, thereby heightening the risk of cardiovascular disease and increasing our likelihood of mortality. The research that Birch ( 2018 ) presented suggested that high-intensity interval training has been shown to moderate the risk of coronary heart disease in later

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Tanya Prewitt-White, Christopher P. Connolly, Yuri Feito, Alexandra Bladek, Sarah Forsythe, Logan Hamel and Mary Ryan McChesney

. , Lewry , C. , Horvey , K. , Benko , C. , … Butcher , S. ( 2015 ). Multimodal high-intensity interval training increases muscle function and metabolic performance in females . Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism, 40 ( 11 ), 1157 – 1162 . PubMed doi:10.1139/apnm-2015-0238 10

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there were differences between males and females in energy metabolism following a bout of sprint interval training (SIT). Sixteen males (aged M  = 25.0, SD  = 4.7 years, height M  = 1.81, SD  = 0.07 m, and mass M  = 82.7, SD  = 13.3 kg) and 16 eumenorrheic females (aged M  = 26.1, SD  = 5

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Jesse Couture

(e.g., pull-ups), and fuses them with “high-intensity interval training” (H.I.I.T.) and Olympic weightlifting ( Murphy, 2012 ) and, while each of these training modalities are not new, their combination is decidedly unique. In this way, CrossFit could be considered a “hybrid sport” or, as Dawson

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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