“As long as you’re getting those high intensity minutes”
“If you're not getting enough volume, you're not maximizing your potential for adaptation”
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03:35 Welcome Back Dr Seiler
06:30 What is the lowest tech approach coaches and athletes can take in applying a monitor and monitoring a durability approach?
09:27 When carrying out low intensity sessions in cycling, how important is it to consider cadence?
11:26 Dr Seilier’s recommendations for the 'weekend warrior' to measure their thresholds for each zone without access to a lab
16:25 Dr Seilers recommendations around nutrition when doing 1 or 2 hours in the green zone. Is it ok to skip nutrition during these training sessions?
18:22 Do we aim for each discipline to be a polarised split (80/20) in a multi discipline event and training?
22:48 Can nasal breathing for novice age groupers be taken as an indicator of a change from aerobic to mixed exercise?
25:13 How much high intensity interval training is too much for a 44-year-old master’s athlete in terms of heart health?
28:01 The best method for calculating zones training for an 11-year old runner?
32:29 Are low intensity workouts just fillers, or are they impactful and making a difference?
35:54 Would a hybrid of the 80/20 training model work better for kids rowing aged 16/17?
39:05 Advice on running zones for the average recreational athlete (6-12 hrs per week)
43:50 Dr Seiler’s thoughts on intensity for time constraint athletes
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