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That Triathlon Show

That Triathlon Show is the number one triathlon podcast for interviews with the best coaches, scientists and experts in the world. That Triathlon Show is hosted by triathlon coach Mikael Eriksson and brought to you by www.scientifictriathlon.com. Learn more about That Triathlon Show at www.scientifictriathlon.com/podcast/.
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Jan 13, 2020
Q&A #69 - Planning your race schedule; Suppressed heart rate in high-intensity training
  • How many tune-up races should you consider doing in a season before a late-summer A-race? 
  • How should you approach training for those tune-up races to be in peak fitness when it matters? 
  • Possible reasons and solutions for suppressed heart rate in high-intensity interval training: non-functional over-reaching, glycogen depletion, peripheral endurance limitations 
 
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Jan 13, 2020

Dr. Charles Samuels is the Medical Director of the Centre for Sleep & Human Performance in Calgary, Alberta. One of his key interest areas is exploring the relationship of sleep on recovery and performance in elite Canadian athletes, up to the Olympic level. In this episode, Dr. Samuels filters through some of the noise surrounding sleep, gives practical advice for getting adequate sleep, and discusses why sleep tracking wearables do more harm than good. 

 

IN THIS EPISODE YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT:

-The Athlete Sleep Screening Questionnaire

-Differences between athletes and the general population in sleep patterns and sleep requirements

-Why wearables and sleep trackers do more harm than good for our sleep

-The case for catching up on sleep or banking sleep, and shooting for a weekly sleep goal

-Caffeine, napping, and chronotypes

 

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https://scientifictriathlon.com/tts216/

 

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Jan 6, 2020
Q&A #68 - Training zones and energy systems; Effective training with no goal race; Block training considerations; Weightlifting belts, yay or nay?
  • How do "training zones" relate to "energy systems"?
  • How should you structure your training over the course of a year when the goal is to improve performance, but you don't target a specific race? 
  • Common mistakes done in block training
  • When (if ever) is it acceptable to use a lifting belt when lifting weights in the gym?
 
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Jan 6, 2020

Professor David Bishop is a world leader in muscle exercise physiology with more than 250 publications to date. He explains how high training volume and high-intensity training each leads to particular endurance adaptations on a cellular and mitochondrial level. Knowing about these adaptation pathways and effects of different training methodologies is essential for triathletes and coaches when planning out their training. 

 

IN THIS EPISODE YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT:

-The difference between mitochondrial content and mitochondrial function

-How high-volume training skews towards increased mitochondrial content, and high-intensity training towards improved mitochondrial function

-Mitochondrial content may be the more important adaptation of the two when it comes down to performance

-Different intensity levels and their benefits and drawbacks

-Guidelines on appropriate Training Intensity Distributions 

-"Training Low" - adaptations to training with low glycogen stores

 

SHOWNOTES:

https://scientifictriathlon.com/tts215/

 

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