HIIT Moves Out of the Exercise Lab and into the Real World

A modified version of High-Intensity Interval Training may be a time-saving, effective way for older, less fit adults to stay in shape.

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The HIIT movement (high-intensity interval training) has been gaining popularity among elite athletes and serious, younger, well-conditioned exercisers for several years. Now a scaled-back version may be ready for wider

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