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Unread 11-02-2009, 02:52 PM
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Thanks, Lyle. That's some interesting stuff to think about.
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Unread 11-03-2009, 11:11 AM
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Methods of Endurance Training Part 2: Miles Build Champions
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Unread 11-03-2009, 11:25 AM
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The German track cycling team set intensity as heart rate at individual anaerobic threshold (IAT) minus 30-50 beats.
Hee hee I love these. Lyle, please know that you are personally responsible for a 23-25% drop in my productivity at work.
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What? Why did you bold the word minus?
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What? Why did you bold the word minus?
I think you originally wrote minute

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I mention this because you’ll often see these truly silly arguments along the lines of “Look at marathon runners, they are small and weak, why would a [insert non-running athlete here] every do steady state cardio like that
good article, I would never want to be a pure endurance athlete for this reason
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Huh? Minute? What are you two talking about
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Unread 11-03-2009, 01:50 PM
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Lyle, below is an exact copy and paste from your article...

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The German track cycling team set intensity as heart rate at individual anaerobic threshold (IAT) minute 30-50 beats.
LBSS was pointing out that he believes the word minute should be replaced with the word minus.
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And he's correct but when i see the paste as minus, I'm assuming that's what I wrote
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Unread 11-03-2009, 04:20 PM
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Another AMPk/protein synthesis question:

Would this have any implications for the traditional fat-loss weightlifting methods, which tend to be more aerobic (circuits, complexes, etc)? Or is the relatively low volume, compared to hours of LISS, of these things not enough to really matter?

Just thinking in terms of the fat loss workout articles, how the program would be arranged - if AMPk levels are going to be disrupted enough to negatively impact MPS, it may make more sense to do strength and metabolic workouts on different days, rather than a short strength workout immediately followed by metabolic work.

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Life, she is full of little compromises: gaining muscle and losing fat are at odds with one another.
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