Tag Archives: threshold

Metabolic efficiency: More smoke and mirrors coaching

ESP Tipcast 89: Clearing the smoke and breaking the mirrors on Metabolic Efficiency This article first appeared July 1, 2016. The article is republished here with a brief addition near the end (BLUE TEXT) The fitness and nutrition market is driven by sexy new terms and training methods. Few have garnered more...
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2015 Season Opener: Instant Classic 1/2 marathon

Well it has been a very long time since my last post! I have to be honest, it has been difficult to maintain a steady [ESP] Tipcast schedule and blog, especially as I make an effort to bring back full length podcasts (which are set to return by May). However,...
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Specificity of training: can you be too specific?

I recently commented on whether training specificity, that is training in a manner that is specific and nearly identical to your event is best, or whether it was a “dead” concept. As I stated, the principle of specificity is alive and well, and it critically important to development of your full...
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