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2004/02/17 13:38:50 (permalink)
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the definitive guide to HIIT

would people like to see this as a topic?? i would be happy to write one if there is a call for it. if you would like it, post YES underneath.

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    Valhalla
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    RE: the definitive guide to HIIT 2004/02/17 14:47:52 (permalink)
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    sounds like a good idea
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    RE: the definitive guide to HIIT 2004/02/17 14:54:33 (permalink)
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    yes :)

    plus when, how and what to eat, when to eat etc etc.. would be great !

    i've been reading very different mixed views recently about exercising in general acutally.
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    Robert
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    RE: the definitive guide to HIIT 2004/02/17 14:56:21 (permalink)
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    that will all be included. except the how to eat part, i would expect a reasonable degree of proficiency at that already.
    rob
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    RE: the definitive guide to HIIT 2004/02/17 15:35:50 (permalink)
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    lol, yeah whoops ! :p :D
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    RE: the definitive guide to HIIT 2004/02/17 15:37:25 (permalink)
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    Lol, I think I'm reasonably proficient at eating, save for missing the mouth on a few occasions - but yes a definitive guide to HIIT would be very good - cheers Robert.
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    RE: the definitive guide to HIIT 2004/02/17 16:49:39 (permalink)
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    I look forward to it Robert. Most of the questions are about hiit.
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    RE: the definitive guide to HIIT 2004/02/17 22:45:04 (permalink)
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    I tried HIIT today, it was harder than I thought (nearly puked after 3 reps, probably due to drinking too much water when doing weights).
    Similar feeling to boxing on the fatigue score.
    I did on the bikes... (4 HIIT reps) of 20 secs balls out max and 2 min slow (haven't got a clue what my heart rate was but I don't suppose it matters too much?).
    People wondered what the fcuk we were doing, lol.
    My mate said, "can we stop now?" ha ha ha.
    Gonna keep HIIT in my cardio routine for a bit, sounds like a HIIT guide will be a HIT.
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    RE: the definitive guide to HIIT 2004/02/17 23:21:00 (permalink)
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    people always look at me weird when i do HIIT. I guess its the free gym I go to and most the people don't know what they are doing.
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    RE: the definitive guide to HIIT 2004/02/18 13:53:05 (permalink)
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    Robert -
    one thing I want to know is how do we know which way is right?
    If you search the net theres a few site that say HIIT is 30 secs at 90% max and 30 secs at 50% and so on for 15 mins.
    You have said 20 secs at full blast 100% and 2 mins at lower heart rate (what percentage?)
    And do that for 10-15 mins.
    Which is right and why?

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    RE: the definitive guide to HIIT 2004/02/18 14:03:20 (permalink)
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    john,
    i will try to address that as best i can. most of it will be based on the three years experince i have, the research i have done i that time, and my two guniey<<sp? pig mates, who are also cardio junkies like me.


    am def going to do it, may take a week or 2 though.
    rob
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    RE: the definitive guide to HIIT 2004/02/18 15:51:09 (permalink)
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    yes
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    RE: the definitive guide to HIIT 2004/02/18 21:18:16 (permalink)
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    deffinetly..it would be really usefull
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    RE: the definitive guide to HIIT 2004/02/18 21:20:51 (permalink)
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    deffinetly..it would be really usefull
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    RE: the definitive guide to HIIT 2004/02/18 22:03:03 (permalink)
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    Long overdue mate, your time would be appreciated!
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    RE: the definitive guide to HIIT 2004/02/23 15:14:09 (permalink)
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    I'm looking forward to reading it Rob.
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    RE: the definitive guide to HIIT 2004/02/26 23:17:48 (permalink)
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    Yes I'd find that very interesting to read.

    There does seem to be many descriptions of what hiit is. My main confusion is whether the low intensity intervals are determined by how fit you are (how quickly your heart rate gets down to X), or whether you just apply set interval times.

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    RE: the definitive guide to HIIT 2004/02/28 15:40:04 (permalink)
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    Yes!
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    RE: the definitive guide to HIIT 2004/02/28 16:48:11 (permalink)
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    is taking a lot longer than expected, so i am sorry to say, it could be another week/2
    regards
    rob
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    RE: the definitive guide to HIIT 2004/03/01 15:17:17 (permalink)
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    yes rob, be a great guidence for all of us
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