Can you slow down High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) for the same, or even better results? Dr. Doug McGuff, an emergency room physician and bodybuilder, insists you can. In fact, you might be able to lose fat and build muscle exercising for as little as fifteen minutes once or twice a week.
Dr. McGuff breaks down the benefits of his slow, short but intense workout regimen, which allows for rapid and deep muscle fatigue and requires ample rest time. Learn why your constant reps may not garner the results you want and why you might need more rest between workouts than you think. Get tips on how to follow Dr. McGuff’s regimen at home and learn why Paleo nutrition makes all the difference in the world. For more information, check out Dr. McGuff’s books: “Body by Science” and “The Primal Prescription.”
- 3:00: “Rapid and deep muscle fatigue:” Dr. McGuff’s slow but effective workouts.
- 7:00: How did Dr. McGuff get into slow HIIT?
- 10:00: Body science myths you shouldn’t believe.
- 13:00: “If information was the solution, we would all be billionaires with six pack abs.”
- 15:00: “You are only human:” realistic strength and conditioning tips.
- 18:00: How often should you be practicing slow HIIT?
- 20:00: “You’re not pumping a bicycle tire:” Why rest is so important for bodybuilders.
- 23:00: Bodybuilding: How not to do it.
- 24:30: How to try slow HIIT for yourself.
- 27:00: Time vs. reps: Which is better?
- 31:00: “Buffness:” How much of it is genetic?
- 33:00: When should you sprint?
- 38:00: Why Paleo nutrition makes all the difference in the world.
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