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Unread 02-12-2009, 11:21 AM
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Default Predictors of Endurance Training Performance

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Unread 03-05-2009, 03:46 PM
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any idea on when you're going to post other articles on this topic?
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Sometime after today would be my best estimation
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awesome
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A touch more seriously, I tend to have pretty much zero planning when it comes to site updates. I try to spread out articles across the categories but when I might write about any topic is anybody's guess. Just when the fancy strikes me most likely.
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Well it was quite intriguing.. maybe Lance's comeback will help strike your fancy.
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I'm not sure I can get a full article out of 'Not getting caught taking EPO'.
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Lyle you mentioned that anything above 2 minutes is aerobic by nature. If I have to box 3 x 2 minute rounds, I was wondering how I should split up by aerobic and VO2 Max and/or Threshold?
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I'm still working on article(s) on differnt types of endurance training but almot without exception when you start to look into the distributions of this type of stuff (at least in enduros), it's like

60-80% base
10-15% threshold
10-15% VO2 max

the simple fact is that you don't need much of the high intensity work to top things off. Not only do you not need much volume, you can't handle much volume in the first place.

Even with like 800m runners (who are running in under 2 minutes), it's at least 50% pure aerobic training, and probably mroe if you actually sum the volume. Of course, they don't have to recover between two short rounds (your predominant recovery pathway between individual rounds will be aerobic).

You might head over to the 8weeksout.com forum (guy named Joel who works with MMA). I've been poking around on his site and his forums and he knows what he's talking about. He can probably give you better advice specific to boxing.
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Thanks for the site. Lots of info there
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