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In this episode Crowder goes over How to train the Aerobic system. Learn a basic overview of how the body derives energy and how to improve your endurance.

 

What is covered

  • Transitioning to an endurance athlete
  • The body requires energy
  • Energy in the body is measured in ATP
  • The aerobic system is the most efficient energy system in the body
  • The anaerobic system is used for shorter bursts of power
  • The aerobic system runs when there is enough oxygen coming in order to produce all of the body’s currently needed energy
  • Glycogen is the body’s form of stored glucose
  • The goal of aerobic training is to increase your body’s ability to remain energy deficit neutral no matter how much energy you expend in no matter how short a time
  • To get more aerobic you must create a stress that pushes your mitochondria's current ability beyond what it currently has over long periods of output
  • Aerobic training also increases many markers associated with circulatory health which will allow you to recover faster in during other types of training
  • In order to see positive change you must give the aerobic system stimulus to get both more efficient and more enduring
  • To do this you need high intensity aerobic training about 20% of the time and long slow low intensity 80% of the time
  • Going moderately hard all of the time often times results in getting worse
  • To program endurance training plan a long base building period with lots of volume, then a stamina cycle, followed by a speed and power cycle
 

Links

http://www.rockcreekrunner.com/2015/10/14/base-building-for-runners/

 

https://www.mcmillanrunning.com/index.php/articlePages/page/23

 

http://d3multisport.com/heart-rate-training/zone-1-and-zone-2-training-explained/

 

http://running.competitor.com/2016/08/training/bigger-better-build-huge-aerobic-base_154376

 

http://myathleticlife.com/2012/08/thoughts-james-opt-fitzgerald-400-meter-800-meter/

 

https://www.unm.edu/~lkravitz/Article%20folder/optimizeendurance.html

 

http://www.teachpe.com/anatomy/energy_systems.php

 

https://hp-athlete.com/2014/05/25/unleashing-your-inner-aerobic-monster/

 

http://opexfit.com/opex-one-may-22-2015/

 

https://hp-athlete.com/2015/07/19/stimulus-adaptation/

 

https://hp-athlete.com/2015/08/17/stimulus-adaptation-part-2-work-smarter-not-harder/

http://www.biketechreview.com/performance/supply/48-mitochondria-the-aerobic-engines

 

Images http://static.memrise.com/uploads/mems/output/5289648-140518230914.png   https://meteormemory.files.wordpress.com/2015/12/cellular-respiration.png?w=423&h=318

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