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Review of The Hyper Intensity Training Program

The typical acronym for high intensity training is HIT. But HIT is also the acronym for another related style of working out, Hyper Intensity Training. As if high intensity is not enough, this takes things to another level yet.

Hyper Intensity Training is designed to spark the type of growth you had when you first got into high intensity training. However, this time the push comes from advanced techniques.

The Hyper Intensity approach is the brainchild of HIT adherent Dave Durell. Durell, a HIT advocate, has played with the approach to come up with another angle. If you have been stuck on a plateau you the Hyper approach can get you off it quickly.

Durell's time spent in the NFL training the biggest, baddest football players on the planet has given him great insight into how to build the ultimate intensity workout that can benefit anyone.

Durell doesn't limit the hyper style to a single approach. His hyper intensity program works with all styles of training bodyweight workouts, machine style training, or free weight work. That means you can get in a hyper intensity workout just about anywhere and any time.

One of the main goals of Hyper Intensity Training is to give the body a blast of new stimulation to in turn achieve a blast of new muscle growth. Durell's Hyper Intensity Training employs leverage and gravity to stimulate the body maximally.

Despite the extra hard core style of hyper intensity action, Durell has put the program together to allow for adequate recovery from the challenging workouts.

If you have been in HIT training for awhile and are looking for another step up, this is it. It works best in a cyclical fashion, employed as a tool to give your body an intense new challenge.

Note: For more information on on the best form of High Intensity Training see The Colorado Experiment Workout

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