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Basics: High Intensity Interval Training

This webinar aims to describe high intensity interval training (HIIT) as an important training method in endurance sports.

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Referent: Prof. Dr. Billy Sperlich
Datum: 17.07.2013.
Sprache: Deutsch/German

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