This presentation will discuss various approaches and considerations needed to assess exercise training response variability and the importance of context. Data from the PREDICT-HIIT study, a multi-centre trial comparing VO2 peak trainability between high-volume High Intensity Interval Training, low-volume HIIT/Sprint Interval Training and Moderate Intensity Continuous Training) will be presented.
About Prof. Coombes
Jeff completed his PhD from the University of Florida and has been at the University of Queensland since 2000. He is an accredited exercise physiologist and Director of the Centre for Research on Exercise, Physical Activity and health (CRExPAH). His research interests include optimising exercise for improving health and the mechanisms of exercise-related benefits. His findings have emphasized the importance of cardiorespiratory fitness for health benefits and many of his current projects are using high intensity interval training to improve fitness and investigate health outcomes. Jeff is a past President of Exercise and Sport Science Australia and current Chair of the Exercise is Medicine Australia initiative. He has over 260 Medline publications and been a CI on over $13million in funding. He has graduated over 30 PHD students and has a Scopus H Index of 48.