High-Intensity Interval Training to Maximize Cardiac Benefits of Exercise Training?

@article{Wislff2009HighIntensityIT,
  title={High-Intensity Interval Training to Maximize Cardiac Benefits of Exercise Training?},
  author={U. Wisl{\o}ff and {\O}. Ellingsen and O. Kemi},
  journal={Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews},
  year={2009},
  volume={37},
  pages={139-146}
}
We hypothesized that high-intensity aerobic interval training results in a greater beneficial adaptation of the heart compared with that observed after low-to-moderate exercise intensity. This is supported by recent epidemiological, experimental, and clinical studies. Cellular and molecular mechanisms of myocardial adaptation to exercise training are discussed in this review. 

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