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How safe is High Intensity Interval Training?

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Asked by: Shannon Monroe

High‐intensity interval training appears to be relatively safe to conduct in patients with cardiovascular disease, including coronary artery disease and heart failure, within tertiary‐care cardiac rehabilitation settings.

Can you do HIIT with heart failure?

High‐intensity interval training appears to be relatively safe to conduct in patients with cardiovascular disease, including coronary artery disease and heart failure, within tertiary‐care cardiac rehabilitation settings.

Does ejection fraction increase with training?

It’s important to remember that exercise will not improve your ejection fraction (the percentage of blood your heart can push forward with each pump). However, it can help to improve the strength and efficiency of the rest of your body.

Does HIIT increase cardiac output?

High-Intensity Interval Training Increases Cardiac Output and V˙O2max.