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and meta-analysis of intervention studies cardiometabolic health : a systematic review Effects of high-intensity interval training on and

  title={and meta-analysis of intervention studies cardiometabolic health : a systematic review Effects of high-intensity interval training on and},
  author={Romeo Batacan and Mitch J. Duncan and Vincent J Dalbo and Patrick S Tucker and Andrew S. Fenning},
The current review clarifies the cardiometabolic health effects of high-intensity interval training (HIIT) in adults. A systematic search (PubMed) examining HIIT and cardiometabolic health markers was completed on 15 October 2015. Sixty-five intervention studies were included for review and the methodological quality of included studies was assessed using the Downs and Black score. Studies were classified by intervention duration and body mass index classification. Outcomes with at least 5… 

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