• Julian Simpson

Are HIIT ( High intensity interval training) good for your health ?

Are HIIT ( High intensity interval training) good for your health ?

The findings that where published in September 2021 showed that a HIIT exercise can

  • improve sleep

  • limit psychological distress

  • good for overall mental health


So get back on the exercise train and book yourself a session !

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Can high-intensity interval training improve mental health outcomes in the general population and those with physical illnesses? A systematic review and meta-analysis

Martland R, Korman N, Firth J, Vancampfort D, Thompson T, Stubbs B. Br J Sports Med. 2021 Sep 16:bjsports-2021-103984. doi: 10.1136/bjsports-2021-103984

Results Fifty-eight RCTs were retrieved. HIIT led to moderate improvements in mental well-being (standardised mean difference (SMD): 0.418; 95% CI: 0.135 to 0.701; n=12 studies), depression severity (SMD: –0.496; 95% CI: −0.973 to −0.020; n=10) and perceived stress (SMD: −0.474; 95% CI: −0.796 to −0.152; n=4) compared with non-active controls, and small improvements in mental well-being compared with active controls (SMD:0.229; 95% CI: 0.054 to 0.403; n=12). There was a suggestion that HIIT may improve sleep and psychological distress compared with non-active controls: however, these findings were based on a small number of RCTs.

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