The big book of endurance training and racing review

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The Big Book of Endurance Training and Racing

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He adheres to the principals of running easy which is relative at your aerobic pace. Your aerobic pace, according to Maffetone, is measured by heart rate and is found by taking age. If you have been training for two years or more with no injuries you can add 5 beats to the calculated rate. Logging as many miles as you can at this pace taking into account rest and gradual adaptation will build a strong base for racing season. During this base building period no anaerobic training or even tempo workouts should be performed. In fact, Maffetone says that weeks of anaerobic training is all that is necessary to see improvements in speed before competing.

Philip Maffetone has been a private practitioner, health and athlete coach and consultant, published independent researcher, respected pioneer in the field of complementary sports medicine, and internationally recognized educator and author in the fields of nutrition, biofeedback, exercise physiology, and athletic training over the course of his forty- year career. Philip Maffetone. Skyhorse Publishing, Inc. Are you a triathlete, runner, cyclist, swimmer, cross-country skier? Learn how to stay healthy, achieve optimal athletic potential, and be injury-free.

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