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HITuni - the home of High Intensity Training
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HITuni providing high quality education on High Intensity Training. Courses in HIT for the public and personal trainers. http://www.hituni.com/
HITuni providing high quality education on High Intensity Training. Courses in HIT for the public and personal trainers. http://www.hituni.com/

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Can you naturally optimize your testosterone levels? Learn more in this video
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With flu reaching epidemic levels (at least in the US and soon the UK), it seems a good time to highlight what you can do to best protect yourself from infection, what to do if you get sick and what this means for your HIT workouts.
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This week, we looked at a very important yet often overlooked aspect of personal training, that of the characteristics and soft skills of a good personal trainer.

We identified five crucial areas and developed a quiz to help you discover how you perform in: extroversion, emotional intelligence, coaching and, communication, analytical skills and leadership:
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The fourth and final part of our Beginner's Guide to HIT is out. Here I discuss how to adapt the protocol to your individual needs and circumstances, plus I put together a list of 25 great research papers, if you want to dive deeper into the science of HIT: http://bit.ly/beginner-HIT-part4

It's been great summing up and condensing what I think is core HIT information and thanks for the feedback along the way. It seems that many of you found it useful :)
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Part 3 of our mammoth guide to High Intensity Resistance Training is out. This is the most practical part as we are giving out three routines and explain why the order of exercises matters, what's the recommended tempo and time under load, rest period between exercises and frequency of training. Read it here: http://bit.ly/beginner-HIT-part3

There's going to be a fourth and last post coming next week, which will wrap up the guide and will look at how to adapt the routine for your individual circumstances and goals. Do you have any questions you'd like us to address in this final part?
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Part two of our beginner's guide to HIT is up on the blog. Here I look at the fundamental principles of a HIT workout, types of exercise, momentary muscular failure and tips for good exercise technique. Enjoy and look forward to seeing what you think of this part: http://bit.ly/beginner-HIT-part2
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For a while now, I have wanted to put out a free resource to act as a thorough introduction to the topic of High Intensity Resistance Training (HIT). I am very excited to have finally put this together and here's part one:
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We love these ultimate science-based resistance training routines for older adults.
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