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Pre-Exhaustion Technique and REX Conference 2015

In the exercise world, there is often fierce debate over protocol, application and technique. At its most productive this debate can spur on experimentation, enabling us to refine the application of exercise protocol. Sometimes we need to question elements of the protocol that have been ingrained in HIT since its inception or since the time […]

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Making a success of HIT

Mentored by co-author of Body By Science John Little, Blair Wilson, owner of MedX Precision Fitness, probably couldn’t have had a better introduction to HIT. We spoke to Blair to find out what it takes to succeed in the niche world of High Intensity Training.   When Blair was 16 years old, he had to […]

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25 Frequently Asked Questions About High Intensity Training

In this article, I want to share 25 of the most frequently asked questions about High Intensity Training (HIT). I often get clients or friends asking these questions and over the years, I found the following answers to be effective in explaining HIT and resolving any resistance or confusion people have – especially those new to this […]

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High Intensity Training tops the fitness trends for 2014

It’s that time of year again, when people look back, reflect and plan ahead for the year to come. It’s also the time of the year, when the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) run their annual survey in an effort to reject fads of the previous year and confirm emerging exercise trends for the […]

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Realism HITs home

Before my introduction to High Intensity Training with HITuni I (like most) believed I could almost pre order the physique that I lusted for. Thanks to fantastic coaching from the HITuni team and my own researching on the subject of High Intensity Training and including an awesome blog post courtesy of Skyler Tanner, I now […]

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Fitness Trends 2013 show the need for High Intensity Training

Recently I read the ‘Worldwide Survey of Fitness Trends for 2013’ conducted by the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) and although High Intensity Training (HIT) was not directly written about, there was an element of HIT within every one of the top twenty trends. As the survey stated; a prediction was made with regards to the […]

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The need for HIT

At HITuni we believe that the benefits of exercise should be available to all. The approach to exercise that HITUni advocates focuses on safety, efficiency and effectiveness. High Intensity Strength Training has for the last 30 years been only a niche of the wider fitness industry. The fitness industry has tended to attract young, relatively […]

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The time for HIT is now

There is a need and a growing demand for highly skilled HIT experts, the type of Personal Trainers HITUni will educate and certify. The time for HIT is now, with popular books such as Body by Science by McGuff and Little and The Slow Burn Fitness Revolution by Fred Hahn, television shows such as the […]

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What is High Intensity Training?

There has been a prevailing misconception that to be fit a person must train at least three times a week for half an hour or more. However over the last decade there has been an increase in published scientific research that confirms the efficacy of HIT: 1-2 exercise interventions per week of 10-25 minutes in […]