Harvard Heart Letter

Interval training: A faster route to a stronger heart?

Interval training refers to alternating short, intense bouts of exercise with longer periods of lighter, less vigorous activity. The technique appears to improve cardiovascular fitness as effectively as moderate-intensity exercise but takes less time.

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