The Faculty of Kinesiology & Physical Education at the University of Toronto is conducting a research studyto determine ifpost-exercise nutrition impacts the health benefits of a single session of high-intensity interval training (HIIT) in women.
Who can participate?
- Recreationally active women ages 18-35 years
- Do not regularly perform high-intensity interval training (HIIT) exercise
What is in it for you?
- Body composition (fat and fat-free mass) and fitness assessment
- An opportunity to make a difference in the scientific community
- Compensation for your time
What is involved?
A total of 10 visits to our lab in the Goldring Centre for High Performance Sport.
- Visit 1 (~1h): Study introduction, consent and health/physical activity questionnaires
- Visit 2 (~1.5h): Body composition analyses and fitness assessment (VO2peaktest)
- 2 Metabolic Trials: 3 or 5 days in length with daily visits to the lab (~15min to 3h per visit)
- Controlled diet throughout trial days
- Continuous glucose monitoring
- Oral glucose tolerance tests
- High-intensity interval training (cycling)
- Blood sampling
Please contact the study co-investigator Stephanie Estafanos (email@example.com) for more information