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Tabata Timer

 

Tabata is a version of HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) based on a 1996 study of Professor Izumi Tabata. Exercise is composed of 20 seconds of ultra-intense exercise followed by 10 seconds of rest, repeated continuously for 4 minutes (8 sets). According to his study, athletes that trained 4 times per week using this method obtained gains similar to a group of athletes that performed steady state-training 5 times per week. Moreover, the Tabata group had gained anaerobic capacity benefits.

A Tabata timer is needed to complete this exercise. Current Tabata timers are cumbersome and mostly offer poor user experience.  Tabata Timer is an elegant audio-visual experience, combining simplicity with functionality.

Tabata timer is a fun side project, and you can go download the app here.