Free Supervised Exercise Training by Experts: Sprint Interval Training Study

Attention all healthy, physically active, but not training individuals between the ages of 18 to 40 years!


Are you looking to improve your cardiovascular fitness and leg power? Participate in our research study to investigate the adaptations to different intensities of 4-s sprint interval training on physiological responses.


By joining this research study, you will be asked to attend 28 laboratory visits, including 24 training sessions, in ~2 months (3 times per week), with a 48-hour resting interval between each session. Don't worry, you can schedule the exercise sessions at your convenience, and the total time commitment is only ~12–13 hours.


We understand that safety is a top priority, and all procedures have been proven to be safe with minimal discomfort. You may experience some fatigue after the exercise sessions, but this feeling subsides soon after completion. A DEXA scan, which stands for Dual-Energy X-ray Absorptiometry, will be employed by the staff to measure body composition and the density and strength of your bones. During this test, X-ray pictures of your body will measure how much fat and muscle are present. You will lie flat on a table, and a machine will take pictures of different areas of the body. This test will last about 15 minutes.


The possible benefits of this research study include increased cardiovascular fitness and leg power, as well as results from the VO2peak test and maximal cycling power. Participation is entirely voluntary, and you can stop at any time.


Don't miss out on this opportunity to improve your fitness and contribute to science! Contact us to learn more at and sign up today.

Saturday, March 30 at 8:00am to 8:00pm

L. Theo Bellmont Hall (BEL), 820
2109 SAN JACINTO BLVD , Austin, Texas 78712

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Academics, Health & Wellness, Sports & Recreation


College of Education

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Students, Staff, Faculty, Alumni, Families, General Public

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