Accreditation points

  • 2-3 DAYS

    Self-paced, take as long as you like

  • 10hrs

    (Made up of small clips)


Interval Training - The Science of Intensity, provides an evidence-based introduction to a range of different interval training protocols, as well as program design recommendations and a module dedicated to safety, injury prevention and awareness of adverse events.

Whether you're a personal trainer, coach or exercise physiologist, this course will equip you with the tools and confidence to create and deliver safe, effective and efficient interval training programs.

  • Easy to view video content of all lectures & exercises

  • Self-paced learning

  • Accreditation points are available immediately on successful completion

  • Presented & developed by one of Australia's most credentialed sports scientists,
    Dr Luke Del Vecchio

  • Learning Support Avaialble

  • $95 OFF MYZONE HR Monitor

Your clients know what it is, and they want to do it.

Interval training has been in the top five global fitness trends identified by industry leader ACSM for most of the past decade: it’s no passing fad.


  • The Science of Interval Training

  • HIIT Training Methods

  • HIIT & Lean Muscle Mass

  • Aerobic Interval Training

  • Sprint Interval Training Methods

  • Metabolic Conditioning

  • Safety Considerations

  • Intensity vs Volume in Plyometric Exercises

  • + Bonus Interviews with interval training researchers, and Associate Professor Mike Climstein on interval training and "high-risk populations"


  • How long does the course take?

    The course is approximately 2-3 days of work, with about 10 hours of audio & video footage. It's split into short modules to make it easy. Reading material is also available.

  • Can I log into the course any time?

    Absolutely, it's self-paced; you can continue any time you want. Simply log back in. You have 12 months of access from when you pay.

  • What type of assessment is involved?

    The assessment is a multiple-choice exam. This will test your understanding of the exercises and the science that we teach. There is no video assessment. Once you pass, you can download the certificate of completion.