Interval training is periods of work followed by periods of rest. This is known as work:rest ratio. This is commonly used to train the anaerobic energy system.
Continuous training, of which there are many forms does not involve rest periods, although it could involve periods of different intensities (such as Fartlek training).
A disadvantage of interval training is that some people tend to overwork themselves. It is important to give your muscles time to recover from any training, there is a difference between building muscle and tearing muscle.
What are the difference's between contour interval and index contour?
the contour interval is the difference in elevation between contour lines that are next to each other
difference between skills and training in usig them
the answer is, interval
The class interval for each interval is the difference between its upper limit and its lower limit.
The difference between the successive values on a scale is an interval.
Look at the data and see what is the average difference between the numbers. That is the reasonable interval.
the elevation difference between two adjacent contour lines.