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    Tabata training

    Does anyone incorporate tabata style training in their workouts and if so how do they like it and why? I do it and really enjoy it but I might be overdoing it and would like opinions and advice.
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    Many individuals have indeed incorporated Tabata-style training into their workout routines, and the feedback on it varies. People who enjoy Tabata training often appreciate its efficiency and intensity. The structured intervals of high-intensity exercise followed by short rest periods can provide a challenging yet time-efficient workout. It's known to boost cardiovascular fitness, improve endurance, and burn calories effectively.

    However, it's essential to strike a balance and avoid overdoing it. Tabata training is extremely intense, and doing it too frequently without adequate recovery can lead to burnout, increased risk of injury, and potentially hinder progress. It's advisable to include variety in your routine, incorporating different types of workouts and allowing enough time for rest and recovery.
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    Originally Posted by thepower49 View Post
    Does anyone incorporate tabata style training in their workouts and if so how do they like it and why? I do it and really enjoy it but I might be overdoing it and would like opinions and advice.
    I like it for core work. Two rounds with a 2 minute rest in between to get a good 10 minute workout in. I have used it for push-ups and sit-ups in the past for military fitness tests also. That's about it.
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    Originally Posted by thepower49 View Post
    Does anyone incorporate tabata style training in their workouts and if so how do they like it and why? I do it and really enjoy it but I might be overdoing it and would like opinions and advice.
    I like it for the heart-rate boost, cardio burn and mobility training. It kept my energy level high throughout the day. Tabata is indeed a great HIIT workout. Highly recommended, even for a 40-something year old like me.
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    Lightbulb New to tabata as well

    I'm new to exercising and have heard about Tabata style training. Can you tell me more about what it involves and how it has worked for you? I'm interested in trying it out, but I want to make sure I understand the benefits and potential pitfalls. I am a sloppy person playing online games in store.steampowered.com and live casino at stakecasino.kr that is why I want to change now.Any advice for a beginner like me who's considering incorporating it into their workout routine?
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