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Interval workouts are highly effective and are safe for non-athletes!
Below are links to articles talking about why interval workouts make so much sense for busy people who struggle to fit exercise into their busy schedules. The No Excuses Workout System creates personalized interval workouts for each member to ensure that they maximize every minute of their limited exercise time.
Mayo Clinic: Interval training: Can it boost your calorie-burning power?
“Once the domain of elite athletes, interval training has become a powerful tool for the average exerciser, too.”
“It's not as complicated as you might think. Interval training is simply alternating bursts of intense activity with intervals of lighter activity.”
“You'll burn more calories. The more vigorously you exercise, the more calories you'll burn — even if you increase intensity for just a few minutes at a time.”
Fox News (2/25/10): "Interval Training Could Cut Exercise Time Drastically"
"High-intensity interval training is twice as effective as normal exercise." "This is like finding a new pill that works twice as well ... we should immediately throw out the old way of exercising."
Parade Magazine (6/14/09): Burn Fat Faster!
“Research shows that adding intervals to traditional aerobic workouts can improve cardiovascular fitness in less time.”
“The more intense the interval bursts, the more improvement you’ll see and the more calories you’ll burn—and continue to burn—for up to 24 hours.”
Consumer Reports: Interval training: More benefit, less fatigue
“The interval method--applicable to virtually any aerobic activity, and an option on most exercise machines--avoids long periods of strenuous exercise.”
“That 30 percent increase in calories burned using the interval method is roughly the equivalent of exercising 30 percent longer at the original pace.”
Consumer Reports: Moderate vs. high-intensity workout for burning fat?
“Harder exercise can help you shed pounds if you use a special technique called interval training, in which you weave short bursts of vigorous exercise into a session of easier activity. Because the bursts generally don’t cause much fatigue, you should still be able to exercise for a long time, and thus burn even more calories than if you stuck with a moderate pace only.”
WebMD: 7 Most Effective Exercises: Experts offer their favorite moves for making the most of your workout time.
“Whether you're a beginner or an exercise veteran, a walker or an aerobic dancer, adding interval training to your cardiovascular workout will boost your fitness level and help you lose weight.”