"HIT (High Intensity Training) is anything that makes one muscularly larger and stronger due to very hard, focused work on a limited number of exercises, using a limited number of sets, with a controlled and relatively limited training frequency."

- Dr. Ken E. Leistner


Rob Spector is an intelligent, amateur exercise physiologist prone to ranting, yet entertaining, informative, and, for the most part, accurate.

http://www.cyberpump.com/strength/rob.html


Workout of the Day


Today


Two minute sprint on stationery bike.

Two minutes of sit-ups.

Two minutes of dips.

Two minutes of rest.

Repeat twice for three rounds total




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