book review

As Dan Trink highlights in the introduction of his new book, High-Intensity 300, there are few things in fitness that are more controversial than high-intensity training (HIT). While there are seemingly endless resources on the topic, Trink, a nationally recognized strength, nutrition and physique coach, has compiled one of the most comprehensive books available for safe and effective high-intensity training. This isn't simply a book of miscellaneous workouts bound together; Trink purposefully offers start-to-finish 30-minute results-driven workouts, including appropriate dynamic warm-ups, progressions and cool downs for each of the 300 workouts. Fitness professionals, from all corners of the industry, who value safe and effective science-based fitness, should absolutely consider High-Intensity 300 to their arsenal of training resources.

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