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FREE Webinar: HIIT - Creating Safe and Effective Programs that Generate Results and Revenue

You may think you know what HIIT is, what the benefits are and what the ideal time and intensity is, but you probably don’t know the full truth. Find out what you don’t know that you don’t know in this webinar.

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You may think you know what HIIT is, what the benefits are and what the ideal time and intensity is, but you probably don’t know the full truth. Find out what you don’t know that you don’t know in this webinar.

High intensity interval training (HIIT) is the most popular type of fitness for the second year in a row. Whether you run a multipurpose club, a studio, a YMCA, a parks and rec facility or a university rec center, you likely already offer HIIT programming (and if you don’t, what are you waiting for?), but is that programming set up so that it is safe and effective for your members?

This webinar will not only provide current scientific information about HIIT benefits but will also cover the components of creating safe and effective HIIT workouts for your members.

Attendees will learn:

  • What really is HIIT?
  • What are the physiological benefits of HIIT?
  • How do you start a HIIT program at your club?
  • What is the ideal time and intensity for weekly HIIT sessions?
  • What other factors (nutrition, sleep, stress) influence the quality of HIIT training?
 
Speakers
Dr. Jinger Gottschall
Associate Professor
Penn State University

Dr. Jinger Gottschall earned her doctoral degree in integrative physiology from the University of Colorado at Boulder and continued her academic career as a postdoctoral fellow in neurophysiology at the Emory School of Medicine. She is an associate professor at The Pennsylvania State University studying the effectiveness of various exercise regimens. Dr. Gottschall is also the founder of FITOLOGY a Les Mills™ group fitness and cycling studio in State College. She has a passion for physical activity and appreciates the paramount importance of promoting balanced, healthy lifestyle choices.