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Andy Jones - Physiological Assessment of Endurance (Part 1)

In this video Andy Jones discusses physiological testing in endurance runners. He outlines the elements of a test, and discusses the relevance of the results and how they can be used to enhance a training program.

Professor Jones is a consultant for UK Athletics. He has authored more than 150 original research and review articles and is co-Editor of the books "Oxygen Uptake Kinetics in Sport, Exercise and Medicine" (published in 2005) and “Sport and Exercise Physiology Testing Guidelines; the BASES Guide” (published in 2007). He has worked with Paula Radcliffe as her physiologist since 1992.

Other parts in the series:

Andy Jones - Physiological Assessment of Endurance (Part 2)

  • Uploaded: 14.10.2012
  • Duration: 00:27:50
  • Views: 2957

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Comments (1)

  1. Posted by Paul on 29/03/2014 at 08:23 AM

    It would have been very helpful to have been able to download the PowerPoint, or have had more focus on the PP rather than the speaker to allow more time for self analysis and because at times it is hard to view from video

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