HIIT Effect on Speed and Fitness in Women’s Field Hockey

High intensity interval training or HIIT for short, is a method of performing cardiovascular conditioning that alternates brief periods of high intensity effort with passive rest or low intensity, active recovery periods. HIIT has been an area of interest recently among both clinical and sport performance populations. This is because in many instances HIIT has …

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Cycle HIIT Improves Ice Hockey Performance

The sport of ice hockey can be difficult to prepare for during the off-season when an ice surface is unavailable. This limits the ability of the athletes to get specific, on-ice conditioning work in prior to pre-season camp. Athletes will often rely on alternative conditioning methods like running, hill sprints, slide board work and even …

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