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  1. Quote Originally Posted by Slims View Post
    Wouldn't wearing it for HIIT or high impact work wear on my joints too much? My daily work is like LISS and I haven't had any issues from my joints yet
    I think the joint wearing aspects of HIIT are as with other type of activities. What type of surface are you referring to? Grass/dirt has a degree of elasticity. Same with rubber pavement as one finds in a runners track oval. Vs. concrete, asphalt etc where there is no elasticity in the pavement which serve/do not serve as a shock absorber which travels up the skeletal system.

    I do not know what LISS is.


  2. LISS = Low Impact Steady State
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by justhere4comm View Post
    LISS = Low Impact Steady State
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    Quote Originally Posted by UCSMiami View Post
    I think the joint wearing aspects of HIIT are as with other type of activities. What type of surface are you referring to?
    I do not know what LISS is.
    Basically my job has me on my feet walking and running around for 12+ hours per day, but at a steady pace and just a ove average heart rate= LISS.
    Most of my walking and running is on wooden and concrete floors and stairs.
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