Short, high-intensity interval workouts can be very effective for strength training — perhaps even better than traditional exercise
The idea that you can spend less time working out yet see benefits equal to those from conventional exercise routines sounds too good to be true.
Yet as devotees of high-intensity interval training workouts know, short but intense workouts are excellent ways to improve athletic performance.
Most of these types of workouts focus on cardio exercises like running or cycling. But a recent study by the American Council on Exercise (ACE) found that it’s possible to apply the high-intensity interval framework to strength training, too.
It turns out that if you want to get stronger, short intense workouts could be the fastest way to do so. [read more]
Strenght: Dead Lift 5-5-3-3-2
WOD: Knock Around
Teams of 2, AMRAP 20:
30 Calorie Assault Bike
60 Dumbbell Snatches (50/35)
30 Calorie Row
60 DB lunges – front rack 50/35