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Re: Body Fat %

Posted: Fri Dec 09, 2011 12:56 pm
by johnbu1981
Oscar_Actuary wrote:
johnbu1981 wrote:It sounds like you just aren't familiar with the sport.
never heard of it

We'll agree to disagree
Your definition of what constitutes going all out 100% is looser than mine.
If we're agreeing my definition of 100% is inferior to yours, then I don't agree.

Re: Body Fat %

Posted: Fri Dec 09, 2011 1:03 pm
by Oscar_Actuary
johnbu1981 wrote:
Oscar_Actuary wrote:
johnbu1981 wrote:It sounds like you just aren't familiar with the sport.
never heard of it

We'll agree to disagree
Your definition of what constitutes going all out 100% is looser than mine.
If we're agreeing my definition of 100% is inferior to yours, then I don't agree.
looser <> inferior

Re: Body Fat %

Posted: Sat Dec 10, 2011 9:38 pm
by Jungledoc
Oscar, don't confuse "HIIT" (a more general term) with Tabata (a specific HIIT protocol).

Re: Body Fat %

Posted: Sun Dec 11, 2011 2:41 am
by Oscar_Actuary
Jungledoc wrote:Oscar, don't confuse "HIIT" (a more general term) with Tabata (a specific HIIT protocol).
I was/am aware I could fall into that narrow mindset; but still feel that HIIT requires too intense to maintain over the course of a 90 minute game. Its HIIT in very very short bursts with long breaks between, like saying you do 5x5 sets of Squats, but over an hour and half. Yeah, technically, its 5x5
I know HIIT involves pausing between intensity but the intensity has to be significant to push one so they could not do it for long. If that is not the actual definition, then I have just more clearly defined it, losers.

sorry! aspergers