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The latest gym buzzword is HIIT, but what does it stand for? This popular fitness trend is popping up everywhere — and with good reason. HIIT stands for High Intensity Interval Training.  The intervals consist of heavy (90 to 100 percent effort) and light (20 to 30 percent effort) workloads for a pre-determined amount of time. The latter is considered “active recovery.” For example, HIIT would combine a heavy workload like sprints for 45 seconds, with a light workload like walking for 20 seconds.

 

You have probably heard and read many articles about the importance of strength training for tennis. But how many of you have actually made the commitment to experience what a proper strength and conditioning program can do for you and your tennis game? No matter what level of tennis player you are, you should incorporate a solid strength and conditioning program into your daily routine.

Come August, summer unofficially comes to a close in the Valley of the Sun. Residents are back in town from vacation, and schools are back in session. When it comes to fitness goals and routines, back-to-school time is an ideal time to get back into a routine. Attending group fitness classes for accountability and motivation is a great way to commit to a routine. Read on for the top five benefits of choosing group fitness classes to ramp up your back-to-school routine.

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