Orthopedic Research Online Journal

High Intensity Exercise: Lessons from the Past, Implications for the Future

  • Open or Close Julien S Baker*

    Institute of Clinical Exercise and Health Science, University of the West of Scotland, UK

    *Corresponding author: Julien S Baker, Institute of Clinical Exercise and Health Science, Applied Physiology Research Laboratory, School of Science and Sport, University of the West of Scotland, Hamilton, Lanarkshire, Scotland, UK, Tel: 01698283100; Ext: 8271; Fax: 01698894404; Email: jsbaker@uws.ac.uk

Submission: October 02, 2017; Published: October 26, 2017

DOI: 10.31031/OPROJ.2017.01.000508

ISSN: 2576-8875
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The popularity of anaerobic exercise in the management of obesity and physical fitness levels Martin et al. [1] is due to the high intensity nature of the activity and the relatively short time period spent exercising. These activities are also popular with athletes and the general public because participation does not require sophisticated equipment [2]. In addition, the training modality lends itself to large participation numbers, often occurring in groups, that makes performance of high intensity activity more sociably acceptable.

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