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Paul Laursen is adjunct professor and performance physiologist at AUT, he lead the Performance Physiology Team at High Performance Sport New Zealand for both the London and Rio Olympic cycles, and he coaches several elite triathletes. He is also the man behind HIIT Science (together with colleague Martin Bucheit). In his third appearance on That Triathlon Show, we dive even deeper into all things interval training for triathletes, and discuss practical programming applications.
IN THIS EPISODE YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT:
- What is the cost in terms of fatigue, recovery time, overall stress, and injury risk of various types of intervals?
- How do factors like age, sex, and athletic ability and experience influence interval training?
- Practical application of HIIT in triathlon programming - what would be some example training weeks for long- and short-course triathletes?
- The HIIT Science book and the course
THAT TRIATHLON SHOW HOMEPAGE:
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LINKS AND RESOURCES:
- The Science and Application of High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) website
- The Book
- The Course
- Interval Training - Science and Application part 1 with Paul Laursen | EP#128
- Interval Training - Science and Application part 2 with Paul Laursen | EP#129
- Designing interval training: 10 things you have to know | EP#139
- Designing interval training part 2: 10 MORE things you have to know | EP#146
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