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Unique Endurance Training

Posted Nov 17 2008 9:11pm

As will be discussed more on this site, evidence continues to mount that anaerobic training (short sprint-type training) is effective for both anaerobic AND aerobic fitness.  One example comes from the latest update on Clarence Bass' website (one of my favorites).

The success story documents how a 32-year-old male trained for a 5k race with no endurance training.  Instead, he used the "Tabata" protocol, which involves 20 second sprints with 10 seconds rest in between.  Amazingly, this person ran a better 5k time than he did the previous year when he did traditional aerobic training. 

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