"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.


Workout of the Day


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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