High Intensity Training

Our form of High Intensity Training (HIT) is not to be confused with High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) or the High Intensity Strength Training (HIST) popularized in the 1970s by Arthur Jones. Our High Intensity Training has progressed and has been adapted to incorporate full body training without machines and focuses on performing quality training repetitions to the point of momentary muscular failure and drop-setting when doing a strength session.

Performing any exercises at maximum capacity throughout the whole training session, giving the maximum cardio effect, fat burning, muscle endurance and working on mental toughness.

This is the Caveman Training 2010 definition of High Intensity Training, or also known as HIC (High Intensity Conditioning).


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