High Intensity Training (HIT)

The training approach known as High Intensity Training (HIT) is not to be confused with the similar-sounding High Intensitiy Intervall Training (HIIT). The latter is an approach to strength-endurance or specialized endurance training. HIT, on the other hand, is a special form Hypertrophy Training that is intended to increase muscle mass and strength.

HIT has its origins in bodybuilding and is a training method that can be a very effective and effecient way to train the musculature.

In fast-paced times like ours, the time factor can play a big role among clients and too-long sessions can be a reason to avoid or cease training altogether. One of the most advantageous qualities of a training program can there be that it provides the most effective training effect in the least amount of time.

The parameters of a HIT training session and the important factors to consider are elucidated in this module. The participant is encouraged to experiment, insofar as their training level permits, with the method of HIT training in order to gain practical understanding of the approach.