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High Intensity Training is best described as a brief, but all out effort, that can pack on muscle rapidly. The key, however, is to avoid over-training which means few exercises and a lot of recovery. Diet is extremely important because you cannot count on your workouts to burn the extra calories.


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Change in routine is a real wake-up call
I can barely move today. My partner and I switched up the routine a little yesterday. We did deep squats (deep being, try to touch the bar to the catch bars on a power rack). Relatively low weight (200 ...
by theTummy on 31 Mar 11 11:10 AM
HIT Routine
I sent this PM to a buddy a few days ago. I thought it would be good to post it on our forum so people could get a better idea of what HIT is about. Since it's not a mainstream type of strength tr ...
by dryphtyr on 26 Mar 11 10:05 PM
March resolutions
Good luck fulfilling your goals! I'll post my results on my weigh in day this coming monday! Rob
by RobBW on 15 Mar 11 05:04 PM
I'm curious how it will work for you. I'm hesitant to try any supplements, but I took off a blanket to stay a little chilled through the night. Also I drink a lot of cold water ;)
by theTummy on 11 Mar 11 10:58 AM

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type: Common Interest
categories: Dieting
Fitness & Exercise
Food & Nutrition
Just for Fun
members: 7
administrators: theTummy
created: 04 January 2011

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HIT two months in a gym
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HIT at home using Bowflex
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Before HIT
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