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Interval training

Discussion in 'Training & Behavior' started by elviejon01, Jul 10, 2018.

  1. I am experimenting and braking down excerise sessions into smaller sets. For example, instead of having my dog run 30 minuted on a slat, I break it down into 10 minute sessions and get a little walk in between sets.

    Just curious if anyone incorporates this type of regime into their workouts?
  2. slim12

    slim12 CH Dog Staff Member


    It is far more effective than just running a mill for 30 straight minutes.

    Mostly because you can raise the intensity when using smaller sets. An all out sprint, followed by a short walk followed by an all out sprint would be a set.

    It will actually be more work in less time *(actual run time).

    kiwidogman and elviejon01 like this.
  3. kiwidogman

    kiwidogman Big Dog

    Hell yeah
  4. pitbulld0gs

    pitbulld0gs Top Dog Staff Member

    For sure.. 3 different regimens broke down into sets. This spans across all work from resistance to road work.

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