Fartlek, Pre-Exhaust, Plyometrics and Peripheral Heart Action

by Noah Hittner |   Date Released : 19 Mar 2004
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Noah Hittner

About the author: Noah Hittner

In his time in the health and fitness industry, Noah Hittner worked with a wide range of clientele—from the high school athlete to the senior citizen. This experience, in great part, still inspires his work today. Now, years past his days as a fitness professional, Noah has turned his focus to writing and music. His books and songs explore the process of human consciousness and the quest for personal freedom. Noah now approaches his work, as well as his life, with self-honesty as his first intention and his top priority. It is with this intention in mind that he aims to connect with the lives of as many people as possible in an inspiring and empowering way.

Noah's books include The Modern-Day Buddha, Beyond Victim and Villain, and Something to Give Back.

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Magedera, Carl | 20 Jan 2011, 20:34 PM

For Corey

For Peripheral Heart Action why should there be a fear of blood pooling? Isn't the blood pumped "throughout" the body anyway at rest? How can blood be pumped more "throughout" (albeit at a faster rate) the body with this mode of training?

griffin, cory | 17 Jun 2009, 04:09 AM

For the definition of the peripheral heart action system, it is a little unclear that the purpose of this system is to increase blood flow 1st in one half of the body and then move to the other. EX: a upper body followed by a lower body in order to pump the blood throughout the body and increase circulation without fear of blood remaining in one area, that could lead to dizziness, fainting, or worst.

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