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Michael Rosenblat is a Canadian researcher working towards his PhD. In this interview we discuss one of his main research papers: a meta-analysis and systematic review all about interval training.
IN THIS EPISODE YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT:
-Long, medium, and short High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) compared with Sprint Interval Training (SIT)
-The scientific evidence available for trying to find the "optimal" type of interval training
-Why Long HIIT may have certain advantages over other types of HIIT as well as SIT
-Should athletes try to optimise (find the one best workout) or mix things up to get the best of all worlds?
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LINKS AND RESOURCES:
- Evidence-Based Coaching - Michael's website
- Effect of High-Intensity Interval Training Versus Sprint Interval Training on Time-Trial Performance: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
- Interval Training – Science and Application part 1 with Paul Laursen | EP#128
- Interval Training – Science and Application part 2 with Paul Laursen | EP#129
- Interval Training – Science and Application part 3 with prof. Paul Laursen | EP#163
- Sprint Interval Training with Jerome Koral | EP#151
- Designing interval training: 10 things you have to know | EP#139
- Designing interval training part 2: 10 MORE things you have to know | EP#146
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