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Danish company in EU project: high-intensity training works

Through a large-scale EU project, a Danish medical equipment company will use its diagnostic equipment to document that 10-15 minutes of high-intensity training is just as effective as longer training routines. The company also has a consultancy concept on the way.

Foto: Casper Dalhoff, Jyllands-Posten

Could you achieve the same level of improvement of your physical fitness rating through 10-15 minutes of high-intensity training, as you could from spending a full hour on another type of training?

That is one of the questions that researchers from Copenhagen University and the Danish medical equipment company Medical Prognosis Institute A/S (MPI) are attempting to find the answer for in a large-scale EU project at a total cost of about DKK 45 million. Preliminary tests indicate that high-intensity training is more beneficial for general health, stamina and insulin-sensitivity.

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