High-intensity workouts can raise the risk of injury

04/8/2013 | Forbes

High-intensity interval training is changing how people think about fat burning, but trainer Tony Gentilcore says the trend could lead fitness centers to create cookie-cutter programs that maximize participation without accounting for individual capabilities. Gentilcore says these routines raise the risk of injury to people who are not be able to do high-velocity, technical movements.

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