Science Backed Training
At QuickHIT Fitness Labs, we use science-backed methods to give you the most effective and efficient full body workout possible, in just 20 minutes per session. How, you ask? By utilizing the research proven exercise method of super slow High Intensity Training (HIT) we are able to deliver real results in a short amount of time.
Safe. Efficient. Effective.
Our patent-pending equipment adds resistance based on your resistance output throughout the entirety of each exercise, challenging your muscles at each point of the movement. This limits the risk of overstressing your muscles and joints which lead to injury, making QuickHIT a suitable solution for older adults with osteoporosis.
Our use of super slow training fatigues your muscles in a fraction of the time of a typical trip to the gym. Each second of your workout is being used efficiently, saving you time and helping you reach your goals faster. Best of all, in just 20 minutes you can hit every muscle group.
The induction of rapid and deep muscle fatigue stimulates your body to get stronger. Allowing for rest and recover is an important aspect of our training program which allows your body to process that stimuli to build new muscle and increase strength. That is why with QuickHIT you only need to workout out with us 1-2 times per week.
With QuickHIT Fitness Labs you will get the results you desire in little time without the risk of overtraining or injury, making our training method safe, efficient, and effective.
Track Your Results
By utilizing our medical grade technology, you can track your overall fitness results. We use near-infrared interactance (NIR) to accurately assess your body composition allowing you to view the results of your hard-work yourself. Because fat tissues are capable of absorbing more infrared light than lean tissue, NIR is capable of measuring it as a change in the infrared level, providing you overall body composition and lean mass analytics.
The following resources provide more in-depth explanations of how super slow High Intensity Training (HIT) works and how you can benefit from this method of strength training:
For further explanation Near-Infrared Interactance see resources below: