High Intensity Workouts Increase Risk of Hospitalization

by Kathy Jones on  August 10, 2013 at 11:24 PM General Health News
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High intensity workouts such as HIITS, which involves alternating extremely vigorous exercise sessions with brief rest periods, may be best way to slim down quicker but it can also land you in hospital with rhabdomyolysis, a new study reveals.
 High Intensity Workouts Increase Risk of Hospitalization
High Intensity Workouts Increase Risk of Hospitalization

Rhabdomyolysis is relatively rare condition in which muscle tissue breaks down to such an extent that toxins released into the blood stream can damage the kidneys, the ABC News reported.

Web entrepreneur, Matt Lombardi, told the publication that he just wanted to get into shape but after taking just one workout series, he landed to the hospital with rhabdomyolysis.

Source: ANI

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