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High Intensity Interval Training


“High Intensity Interval Training” is an exercise category referring to short bursts of max-intensity exertion followed by brief periods of low-intensity activity or rest. The person performing the workout is encouraged to focus on proper form and speed of each exercise in a given circuit. These “sprints” are repeated over and over until the person is too exhausted to continue.


Short bursts of intense activity burn more calories and increase anaerobic muscle building/development. When done properly, weight loss and improved muscle mass can often be seen in just a few weeks.


Like any exercise program, HIIT can take a toll on your joints. The risks of pulls, strains and sprains are especially high when you push yourself to dig deep and “give 110%” like you do with HIIT programs. A quality, medical-grade support can be the difference between finishing your workout strong or potentially suffering an injury.

The new Bauerfeind Sports product line is designed specifically for athletes performing intense bursts of exercise. Made in Germany with the same quality craftsmanship that Bauerfeind is known for, these new Sports supports are now 30% lighter for a cooler, more comfortable workout.

Sports Wrist Strap

Joint stability through pushups, burpees, and weight lifting. The Sports Wrist Strap delivers adjustable compression and support to protect your wrist from injury.

Sports Ankle Support & Sports Ankle Dynamic

Bauerfeind’s medical-grade compression increases oxygenating blood flow and proprioception (biofeedback) to the ankle. The stability strap on the Sports Ankle Support wraps around the joint in a figure-8 to further reduce the risk of twist or sprain

Sports Back Support

Lightweight, breathable back support providing 360º of compression to stabilize your core and protect against excessive strain. The Bauerfeind Sports Back Support is available in black and rivera.

This information is provided for general information purposes and should not be relied on as a substitute for medical advice, evaluation or care from a qualified and licensed health care provider. The information contained here is not to be considered a plan of care of physical therapy.