. These terms may have been new (or even unknown) a few years ago, but today they are already common in the vocabulary of people who are willing to get fit, whether they are men or women. However, experts say that false myths still persist about whether or not women practice high intensity training. Among the most widespread is the fear of strengthening the figure too much or disproportionately increasing muscle volume. It is likely that some time ago some people related high intensity training (HITT). Every day there are more women who discover high intensity training and its benefits. However, many women are afraid to try this type of training for fear of increasing their muscle volume, one of the most common female fitness myths and, at the same time, a totally false belief.