Effects of Long and Sprint High-Intensity Interval Training on Body Mass Composition, Aerobic Capacity, and Biochemical Markers of Metabolic Syndrome and Liver Damage in Physical Activity Practitioners Adults

SUMMARY Background. Highlights High-Intensity Long Interval Training (HILIT) and Sprint Interval Training (SIT) to morpho functional improvement and reduce effects of Meta¬≠bolic Associated Fatty Liver Disease (MAFLD) and the Metabolic Syndrome (MS). Objective. This study aims to verify the effects of HILIT and SIT on physiological and pathological markers of MS and liver health in … Continued