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Bodybuilder Kevin Richardson is the HIT trainer for the stars – after all, even celebrities need the quickest path to get in shape. And HIT is an excellent tool for people on the go, being brief and infrequent.
In addition to aiming his training at celebrities, Kevin has come up with a 10 minute workout routine. Kevin is a natural trainer, advocating and practicing the performance drug-free approach to conditioning. The result is Kevin’s trademark "Naturally Intense" system. It is built on this philosophy - "a mere six minutes of high intensity training proved to be as effective in increasing endurance as working out for hours." Kevin's program is just slightly longer at 10 minutes, but that amount of training time can be employed by virtually anyone, no matter how busy they are.
Kevin's site also links to an article that points out one of the real benefits of HIT that is rarely mentioned - growth hormone. The study article notes:
"A study published in 2002 the Journal of Sport Sciences found that 30 seconds of all-out high intensity anaerobic exercise increased HGH levels by 530% when compared to the control group of people not exercising."
Kevin's HIT approach takes advantage of this key factor for building trimmer and more muscular bodies fast. Kevin is one of the few HIT trainers who seems to recognize the huge upside here in the area of growth hormone activity.
Kevin also places a heavy focus on the diet to help change the body. It is a fairly basic approach to dieting, eschewing the fad diets but they zero in on "only natural and unprocessed food and teach the skills required to make healthy eating a consistent part of our clients’ lives."
Kevin's studios are primarily located in the New York region but he has a national influence and offers the "Kevin Richardson’s Naturally Intense™ Natural Bodybuilding DVD" for those who want to follow his training program from afar.
Note: For more information on High Intensity Training see The Colorado Experiment Workout
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