Definition of interval training in English:

interval training

Syllabification: in·ter·val train·ing

noun

Training in which an athlete alternates between two activities, typically requiring different rates of speed, degrees of effort, etc.
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  • Ivers also is credited as one of the first people to adopt and apply the concept of interval training to equine athletes.
  • His study found that in a 30 minute workout, athletes doing interval training can burn up to 450 calories an hour.
  • Regardless of what activity you choose, research has shown that interval training - alternating between levels of high and low intensity - is unmatched in terms of fat-burning potential.

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