Jordan Santos, associate professor, discusses a number of topics within running science and their practical implications for triathletes.
IN THIS EPISODE YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT:
* Lactate testing best practices, validity of field testing to estimate lactate threshold, and using heart rate variability to estimate lactate threshold in the near future?
* Running Economy: how important is it and how can it be improved?
* Strength training for running and its impact on performance
* The best predictors of running performance
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LINKS AND RESOURCES:
The Triathlete's Strength Training Formula | EP#81
Brain training and psychobiology of endurance performance with professor Samuele Marcora | EP#17
Mind, body, and the curiously elastic limits of human performance with Alex Hutchinson | EP#101
Psychology and the Central Governor Model with professor Tim Noakes | EP#43
Low-carb high-fat (LCHF) for endurance sports with professor Tim Noakes
To lab test or not to lab test with Alan Couzens | EP#79
What Type of Run Training Improves VO2max, the Aerobic Threshold, and Running economy? | EP#91
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