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Dec 11, 2023

Jem Arnold is a PhD candidate at the University of British Columbia, where his primary research focuses on sport-related vascular conditions. Jem is a physiotherapist, a physiologist, and an avid cyclist and trail runner interested in optimising endurance training.

 

IN THIS EPISODE YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT:

-Including training above "threshold" in your program improves VO2max, but may not improve Time Trial performance more than training only up to threshold-intensity (a recent meta-analysis)

-Implications of these findings for athletes and coaches - what does it mean in practice? 

-How can we interpret group-level research for individual-level training programming and application?

-Why even big sample sizes and data sets might be of limited value for the individual - the larger the sample size, the greater the confidence in the "group mean", but individual prediction may still be way off

-What is the variability of heart rate, RPE, lactate, and muscle oxygen saturation from day to day? 

 

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