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What Is Interval Training?

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Phoenix Mercury strength & conditioning coach Ben Hadley describes interval training.

Ben Hadley:
A lot of you might be hearing this term ‘interval training’, so let’s talk about interval training. Interval training is basically high-intensity followed by low-intensity or rest.

The benefits of interval training are that you can work at an extraordinarily high level of intensity and slow down so that you are not fatiguing as quickly. As soon as you recover, you are going right back to a high level of training. Some key things to know about interval training however, you should be at a relatively high level of fitness before you try interval training.

About Ben Hadley:
Strength and conditioning coach Ben Hadley is in his fourth season with the Mercury administering strength and performance training as well as preventative therapy. Hadley joined the Mercury with a wealth of experience in strength training including the owner of Sgt. Hadley’s Fitness Boot Camp. Prior to joining the Mercury he spent four years with the Marine Corps as a physical fitness trainer and martial arts instructor. He has also spent four years as an exercise and wellness student at Arizona State University.

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