The review of literature (chapter 2) examines the physiological responses, including cardiovascular and metabolic responses, associated with hiit in both healthy and patient populations, but with a specific focus on individuals with type 2 diabetes mellitus (t2dm) the first study performed (chapter 3) is an examination of. Research has focused on high-intensity interval training (hit) as a time-efficient alternative to aerobic exercise although initial studies convincingly demonstrated equal or better health benefits with various hit protocols compared to much larger volumes of aerobic exercise, these hit protocols tend to be. This study compared the effects of two hiit protocols vs steady-state training on aerobic and anaerobic capacity following 8-weeks of training the literature, particularly with reference to high intensity interval training (hiit), has recently been reviewed (buchiet and laursen, 2013a 2013b kessler et al. Hiit utilizes repeated short to long bouts of relatively high-intensity exercise alternated with recovery periods of either low-intensity exercise or rest as described by this broad definition, this review highlights present research literature for various forms of hiit in comparison to traditional moderate-intensity continuous. Viii definition of terms ix chapter i introduction 1 introduction 1 11 study aims 4 12 study hypotheses 5 chapter ii review of literature 33 32 study design 33 33 study visits 34 34 high volume endurance training program (hvet) 34 35 high intensity interval training (hiit) protocol 35. A few minutes of hard exercise with high-intensity interval training (hiit) can equal—or outpace—much longer workouts disease, hiit improves cardiorespiratory fitness nearly twice as much as longer stretches of moderate- intensity running, cycling or other aerobic exercises, one review study concluded. In order to fill the gaps in the literature, the main aim of this study was to investigate the training and detraining effects of a short-term hiit programme on selected health-related measures in young overweight and obese women to this end, a non-random sample of 20 overweight and obese women (aged. High intensity interval training (hiit) has the ability to improve adherence as it takes less time to complete and has changes in intensity and monotony the aim of the high intensity interval training: an exercise session that integrates a near maximal intensity for a literature review introduction.
Review high-intensity interval training (hiit) for patients with chronic diseases leanna m ross, ryan r porter, j larry durstine department of exercise the focus of this paper is to provide a brief summary of the current literature review highlights present research literature for various forms of hiit. Purpose: this systematic review of the literature (srl) aims to demonstrate that high intensity interval training is an effective, safe, and more efficient training protocol as compared to continuous moderate intensity exercise in patients with copd or hf. High-intensity interval training (hiit) is characterized by short bursts of vigorous the results of the second study demonstrated six 4 chapter 2 literature review introduction type 2 diabetes mellitus (t2dm) is a serious health problem, driven by disable micro-vascular complications and cardiovascular disease, and. To the best knowledge of the authors, 14 reviews have so far been written about hiit,1–5,7,8,10–16 of which only 2 were systematically performed by and included information about literature search strategies five of these 14 studies focused on sprint interval training (sit), with work periods at maximal intensities, whereas.
The following search terms and matching synonyms were used: obesity, obese, high intensity, interval, exercise training and clinical trial the reference list of all relevant articles was screened for eligible studies for this review from this list, the full text of 81 relevant articles were reviewed in detail. Interval exercise generally refers to intermittent bouts of relatively high-intensity exercise separated by periods of recovery (gibala, gillen, & percival, 2014 scoping reviews aim to capture the relevant literature on a topic, regardless of the study design, and can be used to identify the parameters of, and the gaps in, the. Full-text paper (pdf): a review of adolescent high-intensity interval training article literature review (pdf available) april 2014 with 2,107 reads despite the promising evidence supporting positive effects of high-intensity interval training (hiit) on the metabolic profile in adults, there is limited. And according to a 2011 study presented at the american college of sports medicine annual meeting, just 2 weeks of high-intensity intervals improves your aerobic capacity as much as 6 to 8 weeks of endurance training that's not even the best part using the tabata training method, you can complete an effective hiit.
The purpose of this narrative review is to provide a novel overview of the available literature concerning high-intensity interval-exercise (hiie) interventions in children and adolescents specifically, the following areas are addressed: 1) outlining the health benefits observed following a single bout of hiie,. Purpose to compare the effects of six weeks of high intensity interval training ( hiit) vs continuous moderate intensity training (mit) for improving body resting energy expenditure (ree) was determined between 7:00 and 9:00 am subjects remained awake in a quiet, softly lit, well ventilated room in. List of figures figure 1 serum inflammatory cytokines in response to an acute bout of high intensity interval training (hiit) review of literature traditionally, moderate intensity aerobic exercise has been used to induce metabolic changes and improve fitness in the general population these training protocols require.
Review of literature introduction endurance training (et) versus high intensity interval training (hiit): which is most effective this is a question that has gained increasing attention in the literature as scientists have developed a growing interest in discovering which of the two training methods yields the most. Objective: the aim of this study is to review the published literature on the effectiveness of high-intensity interval training (hiit) interventions on cardiorespiratory fitness and body composition in preadolescents method: the databases used in the study were: pubmed, sportdiscus and google scholar we included. Therefore, the purpose of this review was to systematically synthesise the scientific literature regarding hiit on improving body composition, cardiometabolic health and cardiovascular health in children and adolescents and to establish an optimal hiit protocol with regard to session structure, intensity,.
Thus, the primary aim of this study was to determine the effect of hiit on health- related outcomes in older adults intensiteit-interval-oefening (in engels high intensity interval training of hiit) is wel reeds suksesvol in jong en kliniese list of abbreviations and acronyms α : alpha β : beta % : percentage %bf. High-intensity interval training (hit) has been utilized as a time-efficient strategy to induce numerous physiological to the volunteers in my study without whom data collection would have been impossible those who helped me with collecting data literature review exercise training is widely recognized as an. Background: high-intensity interval training (hiit) has gained interest as an effective alternative for the traditional moderate-intensity continuous training ( mict) to improve physical fitness and whole-body health, but its effect on the right ventricle (rv) is unknown the aim of this thesis was to study the effects of hiit and.
Mcglinchy, sarah a, the effect of two high intensity interval training protocols on heart rate, caloric expenditure, and substrate literature review 21 transtheoretical model according to the transtheoretical model of behavioral change, there are five stages of behavior change that describe where an individual is in. When study information was missing, the research team attempted to contact the primary author of the incomplete study if the author failed to respond, the maximum int intervention lit light-intensity training mas maximal aerobic speed high-intensity interval training in children and adolescents. In people of normal weight with healthy joints, moderate jogging can actually strengthen knees, suggests a 2011 study of lifetime runners by monash university in australia steady-state cardio, says robertson, also causes unique adaptations in the heart when you exercise at a high intensity (while interval training, for. The objective of this review is to assess the effectiveness of interval training on mortality, morbidity, and bp control in hypertensive individuals we will also interval training alternates short, higher-intensity workout with lower intensity workout or rest periods, allowing active recovery the most widely used.