Arthur Jones V.1 - Bollettini Nautilus n.1 & n.2 ARTHUR JONES
Il termine: Breve, Intenso, Infrequente è stato coniato da Arthur Jones e il Dr. Ellington Darden nel 1970
High Intensity Training High Intensity Training (HIT) is a form of strength training. It's an intensive workout that uses different exercise equipmentand weight training exercise.
The fundamental principles of HIT are that exercise should be brief, infrequent, and intense.
Fast Facts: It popularized in the 1970s by Arthur Jones of Nautilus and MedX fame.
Exercises are performed with a high level of effort and intensity. Is intended to stimulate the body to produce an increase in muscular strength and size.
Common techniques include weight or resistance increased progressively.
The training schedules should allow adequate time between workouts for recovery (and adaptation).
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