Thomas G Posted February 7, 2017 Report Share Posted February 7, 2017 For the past year I've been focusing almost exclusively on nutrition and that will continue to be my focus going forward. But now that I feel I've gotten on the right path in terms of food, I'd like to pay at least a little bit of attention to exercise. I'd like to identify a good go-to book for evidence-based, scientific approach. I don't have a gym membership and would prefer not to get one. I am specifically interested in HIIT but am not really interested in bodybuilding/muscle bulk that a lot of HIIT books I am seeing seem geared towards. Can anyone offer a good recommendation? Right now I'm thinking this might be a good place to start, but I really don't know so I welcome advice: The One-Minute Workout: Science Shows a Way to Get Fit That's Smarter, Faster, Shorter, by Martin Gibala, PhD and Christopher Shulgan. The Longevity Diet was a great intro to CR. Basically I'm looking for the equivalent intro to HIIT. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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