Interval-training



noun
1.
an exercise and training program in which each session consists of periods of intense exertion alternating with periods of rest or lighter exertion.
noun
1.
a method of athletic training using alternate sprinting and jogging Also called fartlek
noun

athletic training which alternates between two different activities, such as walking and jogging, or between two different rates of speed

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