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    Hi guys. I was just wandering what your opinions are on high intensity training. I know quite a few people that have found it a good way to break through sticking points. However some people seem to think that due to its almost aerobic nature, it can result in muscle loss.

    Any thoughts on this one??

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    How is "high intensity" training aerobic?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mmuscle
    High Intensity training!

    Hi guys. I was just wandering what your opinions are on high intensity training. I know quite a few people that have found it a good way to break through sticking points. However some people seem to think that due to its almost aerobic nature, it can result in muscle loss.

    Any thoughts on this one??

    cheers

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    I thought HIT was supposed to be anaerobic in nature....
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    HIHT: High Intensity Hybrid Training

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    Here is a little info that I gathered a few weeks ago and up to last week:

    http://www.ironmagazineforums.com/sh...0&page=1&pp=30
    -Tony-

    HIHT: High Intensity Hybrid Training

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    Aerobic means getting your heart rate in your target heart rate zone for 20 or more minutes continually. (Acording to my P.E. teacher so this could very well be wrong)

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    Quote Originally Posted by fantasma62
    I thought HIT was supposed to be anaerobic in nature....
    It is.

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    Chould it be that mmuscle meant to ask about HVT instead?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ihateschoolmt
    Aerobic means getting your heart rate in your target heart rate zone for 20 or more minutes continually. (Acording to my P.E. teacher so this could very well be wrong)
    Fred Hatfield would disagree with that statement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BulkMeUp
    Chould it be that mmuscle meant to ask about HVT instead?
    Hi,

    by high intensity I mean each set to failure, with no more than a minute between each set and no gap between different exercises. Thats the definition that I'm working on.

    Let me know if you think this definition is wrong - I never mind being corrected if it helps to increase my own bodybuilding knowledge!

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    That's Arthur Jones style HIT, which is both anaerobic and aerobic. It's also painfully difficult, much moreso than anything else I've ever done. It is fantastic for overall conditioning.
    "in the howling bleeding nights, the dogs plunge into the Volga and swim desperately to gain the other bank. The nights of Stalingrad are a terror for them. Animals flee this hell; the hardest stones cannot bear it for long; only men endure."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert DiMaggio
    Fred Hatfield would disagree with that statement.
    yes, he most certainly would!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert DiMaggio
    Fred Hatfield would disagree with that statement.
    Fred Hatfield disagrees with everyone...

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    High Intensity

    Cheers for all the responses guys.

    You're right it is an exausting way of exercising.

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    Fred Hatfield is a liar and a fool
    "in the howling bleeding nights, the dogs plunge into the Volga and swim desperately to gain the other bank. The nights of Stalingrad are a terror for them. Animals flee this hell; the hardest stones cannot bear it for long; only men endure."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duncans Donuts
    Fred Hatfield is a liar and a fool
    Hmmm, well I wouldn't go THAT far...he is a very intelligent man, but does not seem to embrace new ideas.

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