Announcement: Health Fitness Study: Effects of High Intensity Interval Training verse Traditional Training

Health Fitness Study

We are Health Fitness Majors here at Gustavus and we are doing a research project on the Effects of High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) Versus Traditional Training. HIIT is a new fitness method that is proven to improve your cardio faster than traditional training. We are looking for out of season and non-athlete female students from the age of 18-22 years old to participate in our study. Our study is an 10-12 week program, consisting of 3-4 workouts per week. Workouts will be 20-40 minutes long on the treadmill. It will consist of a pre- and post-test that will test your oxgyen uptake and your stride count. Email Lexi Quale (aquale@gac.edu) or Chelsey Richardson (crichar2@gac.edu) if you would like to participate in the study. Please let us know by November 9, 2012. IRB: 1213-0116

ContactChelsey Richardson ’14 — 507-933-8551
PostedOctober 2930, 2012; November 23, 2012; and November 67, 2012
AudienceStudents