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4-2020 12:00 AM

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• It is well established that energy expenditure following exercise (EPOC) remains elevated above resting values for a period of time (3).

• The magnitude and duration of this elevation may be primarily dependent on exercise intensity, with exercise duration and expenditure having a smaller influence (3, 6).

• Short durations (≤ 30 minutes) of high-intensity interval exercise (HIIE) is becoming a popular alternative for individuals who have limited time to exercise (5).

• When compared to rest, short-duration HIIE has been reported to elicit similar elevations in EPOC when compared to longer bouts of moderate-intensity continuous exercise (MICE) (1).

• Tabata is is type of HIIE that consists of 7-8 exhaustive sets of 20 seconds of high-intensity exercise with a 10- second rest between the exercise bouts and can last between 4 - 30 minutes (1, 4).

• Tabata has traditionally been performed on stationary bicycles but recent Tabata regimens have started to utilize total body calisthenics without the use of any equipment (2).

• It is unclear how Tabata performed using body calisthenics would influence EPOC when compared to performing HIIE using equipment.

• The purpose of this study was to compare EPOC following a bout of total body Tabata and a bout of high-intensity interval running (HIIR) of similar intensity and duration.

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James I. Perkins College of Education

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Lauren Pate

A Comparison of High-Intensity Interval Running and TABATA on Post-Exercise Metabolism: A Pilot Analysis

Faculty Sponsor: James Rowe (Department of Kinesiology and Health Science)

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A Comparison of High-Intensity Interval Running and TABATA on Post-Exercise Metabolism: A Pilot Analysis

Introduction

• It is well established that energy expenditure following exercise (EPOC) remains elevated above resting values for a period of time (3).

• The magnitude and duration of this elevation may be primarily dependent on exercise intensity, with exercise duration and expenditure having a smaller influence (3, 6).

• Short durations (≤ 30 minutes) of high-intensity interval exercise (HIIE) is becoming a popular alternative for individuals who have limited time to exercise (5).

• When compared to rest, short-duration HIIE has been reported to elicit similar elevations in EPOC when compared to longer bouts of moderate-intensity continuous exercise (MICE) (1).

• Tabata is is type of HIIE that consists of 7-8 exhaustive sets of 20 seconds of high-intensity exercise with a 10- second rest between the exercise bouts and can last between 4 - 30 minutes (1, 4).

• Tabata has traditionally been performed on stationary bicycles but recent Tabata regimens have started to utilize total body calisthenics without the use of any equipment (2).

• It is unclear how Tabata performed using body calisthenics would influence EPOC when compared to performing HIIE using equipment.

• The purpose of this study was to compare EPOC following a bout of total body Tabata and a bout of high-intensity interval running (HIIR) of similar intensity and duration.