Dissimilar Physiological and Perceptual Responses Between Sprint Interval Training and High-Intensity Interval Training

  title={Dissimilar Physiological and Perceptual Responses Between Sprint Interval Training and High-Intensity Interval Training},
  author={Kimberly M. Wood and Brittany Olive and Kaylyn LaValle and Heather Thompson and Kevin Greer and Todd A. Astorino},
  journal={Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research},
Abstract Wood, KM, Olive, B, LaValle, K, Thompson, H, Greer, K, and Astorino, TA. Dissimilar physiological and perceptual responses between sprint interval training and high-intensity interval training. J Strength Cond Res 30(1): 244–250, 2016—High-intensity interval training (HIIT) and sprint interval training (SIT) elicit similar cardiovascular and metabolic adaptations vs. endurance training. No study, however, has investigated acute physiological changes during HIIT vs. SIT. This study… 

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