09 January 2018Share
Can high-intensity interval training (HIIT) and protein supplementation make you fitter and stronger? Researchers from the Centre for Exercise and Nutrition at the Australian Catholic University are now looking for Melbourne-based participants to take part in an exercise training study.
HIIT is an increasingly popular form of exercise known to improve metabolic health and cardiovascular fitness. A major benefit of HIIT is that it is time-efficient with a single workout able to be completed in less than 30 minutes. What isn’t known is if HIIT can also cause gains in muscle mass, as seen with resistance exercise (e.g. weights), with protein supplementation.
Key pieces of information about this study include:
To be eligible for this study, you must be:
For more information, contact:
Dr Evelyn Parr
Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Ph: x8278 or 03 9230 8278
Ethics approval 2017-104H