Patrons Q&A: Heart Rate Zones Explained / The Best Stance For Recovery / TUE's in Pro Sport And More!
From understanding heart rate zones to the best stance for recovery, the use of TUE's in sport after the Rafael Nadal-Thibaut Pinot controversy and how heat training affects haemoglobin production in training. Plus much more. We answer the most intriguing questions from our Patron supporters.
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A clear and concise explanation of the three-zone system of moderate, heavy and severe exercise to guide your zone training: https://drmarkburnley.wordpress.com/2020/08/31/exercise-intensity-domains-and-phase-transitions-the-power-duration-relationship/
The article showing that hands-on-knees beats hands-on-head for heart rate recovery and breathing:
The article showing how training easy in the heat increases haemoglobin mass, even in elite cyclists: physoc.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1113/EP088544?campaign=wolacceptedarticle
British Fell runner survives a body temperature of 18.8C:
Article on the UCI change to, among other things, gear ratio rulings for youth cycling: https://cyclingtips.com/2022/06/uci-scraps-the-junior-gear-restriction-relaxes-tt-position-rules/
The comments of Pinot and Martin about Nadal: https://road.cc/content/news/pinot-and-martin-question-nadal-injections-293447
A paper by a sports ethics expert describing the TUE dilemma in sport: https://philpapers.org/rec/PIKTUEGet bonus content on Patreon
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