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Gareth Sandford: Developing High Intensity Endurance Part 3

Exercise physiologist Gareth Sandford discusses the theory behind some team sport training programmes. He applies this theory to the world of Track and Field. The largest application of this training theory is over the middle distances, but there are also points relevant to sprinters and long distance athletes.

 

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Links to Articles:

High-intensity interval training, solutions to the programming puzzle Part 1

High-intensity interval training, solutions to the programming puzzle Part 2

Other parts in this series:

Gareth Sandford: Developing High Intensity Endurance Part 1

Gareth Sandford: Developing High Intensity Endurance Part 2

Gareth Sandford: Developing High Intensity Endurance Part 4

Gareth Sandford: Developing High Intensity Endurance Part 5

Gareth Sandford: Developing High Intensity Endurance Part 6

  • Uploaded: 25.08.2014
  • Duration: 00:23:29
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