About This Project
Exercise intensity has a huge effect on how endurance training, like running, effects health. While research has shown that two or more weeks of 30 sec sprint interval training (SIT) results in large blood sugar improvements, we are unsure how the length of rest after each sprint affects the health benefits of a single session of SIT. Our research compared the effect of short and long rests during SIT on inflammation and blood sugar responses.
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