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Continuous and Interval Training

Meta Description: Interval training consists of repeated periods of high intensity exercise which is alternating with periods of lower intensity in sports medicine. So, it can be considered as best training. Continuous and interval training are widely used in sports medicine in order to improve performance and to promote health of the athletes whereas continuous training was associated with greater oxygen extraction. Both continuous and interval training are very useful to increase performance and to promote health of athletes and sport participants. Physical condition, age and training phase of the participant determines the type of exercise which has to be chosen in sports medicine.

 

Interval training consists of repeated periods of high intensity exercise which is alternating with periods of lower intensity in sports medicine. So, it can be considered as best training. It is also very useful for highly trained athletes, who difficult to increase their further performance. Athletes can improve their performance mainly through this high intensity interval training. Interval exercise is preferable to the athletes with cardiac problems when compared with continuous, as it challenges the heart’s pumping capacity.
 
Continuous and interval training are widely used in sports medicine in order to improve performance and to promote health of the athletes whereas continuous training was associated with greater oxygen extraction. The preference in interval training compared to constant is attributed to the fact that high intensity exercise can be sustained longer compared to constant, imposing greater stress to the body.
 
As a consequence, there is greater functional improvement in both the muscle and cardiorespiratory system. Both continuous and interval training are very useful to increase performance and to promote health of athletes and sport participants. Physical condition, age and training phase of the participant determines the type of exercise which has to be chosen in sports medicine.
 
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