Tuesday, July 22, 2014

What is Tabata?

The TABATA Interval
20 seconds of max intensity
followed by
10 seconds rest
repeated for FOUR minutes

In 1996, Japanese fitness researcher Dr. Izumi Tabata set up an
experiment to compare the effectiveness of:

Short high-intensity anaerobic workoutsto
Long steady-state aerobic workouts

Tabata assigned one group to
a workout consisting of 20 second bursts of maximum intensity exercise (w/10 seconds of recovery time),
and another group to a standard 60 minute steady state aerobic workout.


TABATA INTERVALS send your Metabolic Rate through the roof, Giving your body no choice but to SCORCH FAT.

Most weight-loss programs cause a loss of muscle tissue. TABATA Training calls for
QUICK MUSCLE RECOVERY, which orders toned muscle fibers from the body, rather than burning muscle as energy.

By increasing the amount of oxygen the body can consume during strenuous exercise,
You increase your aerobic capability. The MORE OXYGEN the BETTER.

By increasing the amount of energy the body can produce w/out oxygen (when out of breath),
High Intensity Performance in Enhanced… Go FASTER for LONGER.

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