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HIIT im Fitnesstraining – Pro und Contra für Gesundheit und Leistung

Liebe HIIT-Community,

hier sind sämtliche Folien zu meinem Vortrag bei 2. Fitnesswissenschaftskongress am 28. – 29. Februar 2020 an der IST-Hochschule für Management.

Die Literaturliste zu den Quellen findet Ihr ⬇️.

Bei Fragen und Anmerkungen haben nutzt einen der folgenden Kanäle ⬇️

Viel Erfolg in der Anwendung und Forschung 💪



  • Born DP, Zinner C & Sperlich B. (2017). The Mucosal Immune Function Is Not Compromised during a Period of High-Intensity Interval Training. Is It Time to Reconsider an Old Assumption? Frontiers in physiology 8, 485.
  • Engel F, Hartel S, Wagner MO, Strahler J, Bos K & Sperlich B. (2014). Hormonal, metabolic, and cardiorespiratory responses of young and adult athletes to a single session of high-intensity cycle exercise. Pediatric exercise science 26, 485-494.
  • Engel FA, Ackermann A, Chtourou H & Sperlich B. (2018). High-Intensity Interval Training Performed by Young Athletes: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Frontiers in physiology 9, 1012.
  • Engel FA & Sperlich B. (2014). [High-intensity interval training for young athletes]. Wien Med Wochenschr 164, 228-238.
  • Engel FA, Sperlich B, Stockinger C, Hartel S, Bos K & Holmberg HC. (2015). The kinetics of blood lactate in boys during and following a single and repeated all-out sprints of cycling are different than in men. Applied physiology, nutrition, and metabolism = Physiologie appliquee, nutrition et metabolisme 40, 623-631.
  • Engel FA, Wagner MO, Schelhorn F, Deubert F, Leutzsch S, Stolz A & Sperlich B. (2019). Classroom-Based Micro-Sessions of Functional High-Intensity Circuit Training Enhances Functional Strength but Not Cardiorespiratory Fitness in School Children-A Feasibility Study. Frontiers in public health 7, 291.
  • Faude O, Hecksteden A, Hammes D, Schumacher F, Besenius E, Sperlich B & Meyer T. (2017). Reliability of time-to-exhaustion and selected psycho-physiological variables during constant-load cycling at the maximal lactate steady-state. Applied physiology, nutrition, and metabolism = Physiologie appliquee, nutrition et metabolisme 42, 142-147.
  • Hardcastle SJ, Ray H, Beale L & Hagger MS. (2014). Why sprint interval training is inappropriate for a largely sedentary population. Frontiers in psychology 5, 1505.
  • Kilian Y, Engel F, Wahl P, Achtzehn S, Sperlich B & Mester J. (2016a). Markers of biological stress in response to a single session of high-intensity interval training and high-volume training in young athletes. European journal of applied physiology 116, 2177-2186.
  • Kilian Y, Wehmeier UF, Wahl P, Mester J, Hilberg T & Sperlich B. (2016b). Acute Response of Circulating Vascular Regulating MicroRNAs during and after High-Intensity and High-Volume Cycling in Children. Frontiers in physiology 7, 92.
  • Kleinert J & Bassek M. (2019). Psychologische Aspekte von Hochintensivem Intervalltraining (HIIT) in der Therapie: Eine Übersicht der Literatur. B & G 35, 79-87.
  • Kunz P, Engel FA, Holmberg HC & Sperlich B. (2019). A Meta-Comparison of the Effects of High-Intensity Interval Training to Those of Small-Sided Games and Other Training Protocols on Parameters Related to the Physiology and Performance of Youth Soccer Players. Sports medicine – open 5, 7.
  • Laursen PB. (2010). Training for intense exercise performance: high-intensity or high-volume training? Scandinavian journal of medicine & science in sports 20 Suppl 2, 1-10.
  • Messler CF, Holmberg HC & Sperlich B. (2018). Multimodal Therapy Involving High-Intensity Interval Training Improves the Physical Fitness, Motor Skills, Social Behavior, and Quality of Life of Boys With ADHD: A Randomized Controlled Study. Journal of attention disorders 22, 806-812.
  • Milanovic Z, Sporis G & Weston M. (2015). Effectiveness of High-Intensity Interval Training (HIT) and Continuous Endurance Training for VO2max Improvements: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Controlled Trials. Sports Med 45, 1469-1481.
  • Montero D & Lundby C. (2017). Refuting the myth of non-response to exercise training: ’non-responders‘ do respond to higher dose of training. The Journal of physiology 595, 3377-3387.
  • Schmitt J, Lindner N, Reuss-Borst M, Holmberg HC & Sperlich B. (2016). A 3-week multimodal intervention involving high-intensity interval training in female cancer survivors: a randomized controlled trial. Physiological reports 4.
  • Sperlich B. (2019). Die HIIT-Parade im Ausdauertraining. B & G 35, 57-60.
  • Sperlich B, De Clerck I, Zinner C, Holmberg HC & Wallmann-Sperlich B. (2018). Prolonged Sitting Interrupted by 6-Min of High-Intensity Exercise: Circulatory, Metabolic, Hormonal, Thermal, Cognitive, and Perceptual Responses. Frontiers in physiology 9, 1279.
  • Sperlich B, De Marees M, Koehler K, Linville J, Holmberg HC & Mester J. (2011). Effects of 5 weeks of high-intensity interval training vs. volume training in 14-year-old soccer players. Journal of strength and conditioning research 25, 1271-1278.
  • Sperlich B, Wallmann-Sperlich B, Zinner C, Von Stauffenberg V, Losert H & Holmberg HC. (2017). Functional High-Intensity Circuit Training Improves Body Composition, Peak Oxygen Uptake, Strength, and Alters Certain Dimensions of Quality of Life in Overweight Women. Frontiers in physiology 8, 172.
  • Sperlich B, Zinner C, Heilemann I, Kjendlie PL, Holmberg HC & Mester J. (2010). High-intensity interval training improves VO(2peak), maximal lactate accumulation, time trial and competition performance in 9-11-year-old swimmers. European journal of applied physiology 110, 1029-1036.
  • Stoggl T & Sperlich B. (2014). Polarized training has greater impact on key endurance variables than threshold, high intensity, or high volume training. Frontiers in physiology 5, 33.
  • Treff G, Winkert K, Sareban M, Steinacker JM, Becker M & Sperlich B. (2017). Eleven-Week Preparation Involving Polarized Intensity Distribution Is Not Superior to Pyramidal Distribution in National Elite Rowers. Frontiers in physiology 8, 515.
  • Weston KS, Wisloff U & Coombes JS. (2014). High-intensity interval training in patients with lifestyle-induced cardiometabolic disease: a systematic review and meta-analysis. British journal of sports medicine 48, 1227-1234.
  • Zinner C, Schafer Olstad D & Sperlich B. (2018). Mesocycles with Different Training Intensity Distribution in Recreational Runners. Medicine and science in sports and exercise 50, 1641-1648.
  • Zinner C, Sperlich B, Born DP & Michels G. (2017). Effects of combined high intensity arm and leg training on performance and cardio-respiratory measures. The Journal of sports medicine and physical fitness 57, 969-975.


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