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The world of endurance sport is ever changing: equipment, training techniques, nutrition and lifestyle advice. Every two weeks, Andrew and Michael will discuss one novel component in the endurance ecosystem, or we will speak with an innovator in our field and let them tell their story.
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Sport physiologist, coach, and co-author of the comprehensive HIIT Science book Paul Laursen is on the show this week to talk about the role and and mechanics of high intensity work in endurance training.
Michael speaks with Sebastian Weber of INSCYD about his journey through academia and coaching, the role of both the aerobic and anaerobic metabolism pathways in sport, and how you can replace lab testing with field testing and computing power.
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