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INSANITY - Benefits of Interval Training

ADAPTATION RESPONSE
Your body begins to adapt to changes during exercise. Because of the varied stress from interval training, your body starts producing more capillaries. These increased capillaries allow more blood to flow through the muscles and parts of your body with less effort. How does this benefit you? You develop the capacity to work harder for longer and recover faster, resulting in cardiovascular fitness gains. Once your body adapts to that new level of fitness, you want to challenge it further to adapt to a new level so that you don't get stuck in a fitness plateau.

CROSS-TRAINING BENEFITS
By exercising your muscles in a MAX Interval Training Programme, you'll put them through a series of tests, which cause them to build up in strength and firmness, rendering them less prone to injury. These changes result in improved performance, particularly with the cardiovascular system.

CALORIE BURNING
More calories are burned in high-intensity, shorter-duration intervals than in moderate-intensity, steady-state training. You may be working harder, but you are also working smarter.

BUILDING AEROBIC AND ANAEROBIC CAPACITY
Interval training is a highly effective way to improve aerobic and anaerobic capacities by greatly improving the strength of the cardiovascular and respiratory systems. This is your ability to take in oxygen and deliver it to the working muscles with greater efficiency.

THE EFFECTS OF AEROBIC EXERCISE ON THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM
Improved heart strength.
Increased stroke volume (volume of blood pumped per beat).
Increased blood flow.
Increased number of capillaries in the muscle.

EFFICIENCY
MAX Interval Training is the ideal workout for a busy schedule, whether you want to squeeze in a workout after work or get in shape for a fast approaching event. Research shows you can achieve more progress in a mere 15 minutes of interval training (done three times a week) than jogging on the treadmill for an hour. According to a 2011 study presented at the American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, just 2 weeks of high-intensity intervals improves your aerobic capacity as much as 6 to 8 weeks of endurance training.

A HEALTHIER HEART
While exercising, your muscles require more oxygenated blood. This puts a greater demand on the heart and lungs to pump the blood and your cardiovascular system to deliver that oxygenated blood. Regular exercise improves and strengthens both the cardiovascular and respiratory systems so they become stronger and more efficient.

LOSING WEIGHT, NOT MUSCLE
Anyone who has been on a diet knows that it is difficult not to lose muscle mass along with fat. Studies show that MAX Interval Training workouts allow you to preserve hard-earned muscles while ensuring most of the weight loss comes from fat store.

INCREASED METABOLISM
MAX Interval Training stimulates production of human growth hormone (HGH) by up to 450% during the 24 hours after you finish your workout. This is a significant benefit because HGH is not only responsible for increased caloric burn, but also slows down the aging process, making you you younger both inside and out.

BURNING MORE FAT DURING AND AFTER CLASS
Not only do you burn more calories during MAX Interval Training workouts, but the effect of all that intense exertion kicks your body's repair cycle into hyperdrive. That means you can burn more fat and calories in the 24 hours after a MAX Interval Training workout. This phase of training is called EPOC: Excess Postexercise Oxygen Consumption.

During EPOC, the body restores itself to its pre-exercise state and thus is consuming oxygen at an elevated rate. This means that energy is also being expended at an elevated rate.

The more intensely you perform your aerobic sessions, the greater the EPOC you will generate. Ideally you would actually move into the anaerobic range while doing MAX Interval drills to really benefit from the after-calorie-burning effects.

This translates to you burning more calories over the course of the entire day.

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