Is interval training safe for everyone?

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Truth is, people always move in intervals. Climbing a flight of stairs and then sitting down is a type of interval. So it stands to reason that some form of interval training would be safe and effective for beginning exercisers, teens, boomers and seniors, as well as the overweight and deconditioned. Interval training is highly adaptable. One can follow a structured program or vary the length and intensity of each interval according to how one feels. Interval training also shows up in almost every sport, as well as high-intensity aerobic classes, such as group cycling and kickboxing.

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