Muitas palavras para poucos conceitos: O caso do ‘HIIT’

Daniel Boullosa

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Resumo

Neste comentário discutiremos brevemente a definição, evolução e terminologia do popular 'HIIT' (‘high-intensity intermittent training’), como um exemplo do fenômeno frequente, na educação física, de criar termos novos que, na realidade, se referem a conceitos muito antigos e, às vezes, pouco compreendidos pelos próprios profissionais.

Palavras-Chaves: treinamento intervalado; treinamento intermitente; treinamento de alta intensidade; história; epistemologia.

 

Abstract

In this commentary we will briefly discuss the definition, evolution, and terminology of the popular 'HIIT' (high-intensity intermittent training), as an example of the frequent phenomenon, in physical education, of creating new terms which, in reality, refer to very old concepts and, sometimes, poorly understood by the professionals themselves.

Keywords: interval training; intermittent training; high-intensity training; history; epistemology.

 

figshare DOI: 10.6084/m9.figshare.8285402


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treinamento intervalado, treinamento intermitente, treinamento de alta intensidade, história, epistemologia

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