As you will see if you look at the recent research and find information online, Tabata Training has become a very popular form of modern exercise for Personal Trainers. You can find more information about the latest trends and initiatives amongst the personal training community and also find reputable and accredited personal trainers by visiting the National Register of Personal Trainer (NRPT) website.
One of the great things about Tabata Training is that it is equally effective for both wen and women, and indeed people of all fitness levels, skills and abilities. If you look on sites specialising in men’s fitness training such as menshealth.co.uk/fitness you will find a large number of articles that cover all aspects of Tabata Training and openly recommend it is a valid method of training, such as this one on The Ultimate Tabata Workout.
There are also some very good and useful similar articles within the training section of Men’s Fitness magazine online http://www.mensfitness.com/training which speak about very much the same thing and are also an excellent resource if you want to learn more about various forms of training such as Tabata.
Similarly, sites and publications that very much specialise in womens fitness also have many articles that speak about and cover all aspects of Tabata training, one of the best such resources is the fitness section of Women’s Health magazine online http://www.womenshealthmag.co.uk/fitness where you will find several great articles all talking about Tabata Training and its benefits.
But it’s not just glossy magazines and modern contemporary and fashionable publications that talk about the benefits of fitness workouts such as Tabata Training.
More traditional, conservative and mainstream sources such as the fitness section of the NHS website http://www.nhs.uk/Livewell/fitness/Pages/Fitnesshome.aspx also cover the health and fitness benefits of high intensity interval training, a category that Tabata Training very much falls into.
As you can see, Tabata Training is now everywhere and is openly considered a very valid method of training so it’s something you should most certainly be looking into and trying for yourself – if you haven’t done so already.