Recent studies have shown that interval training where participants alternate period of intense and moderate exercise increase anaerobic capacity, the body’s ability to turn energy into power.
Recent studies have shown that interval training where participants alternate period of intense and moderate exercise increase anaerobic capacity, the body’s ability to turn energy into power. HARRY LYNCH The News & Observer
Recent studies have shown that interval training where participants alternate period of intense and moderate exercise increase anaerobic capacity, the body’s ability to turn energy into power. HARRY LYNCH The News & Observer

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