Interval training is a flexible form of training that has also been shown to be particularly beneficial for people with type 2 diabetes.
High intensity interval training has made positive headlines thanks to research showing that relatively small amounts of interval training can be as beneficial to health as longer periods of conventional cardiovascular exercise, such as continuous jogging.
Short bursts of activity with rest breaks in between each bout of exercise. The activity periods should increase in intensity with each new session.
Here are several articles on High Intensity Interval Training that you can peruse.
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