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80/20 Running: Run Stronger and Race Faster by Training Slower

One more note: I wound up going back and forth repeatedly between sections, particularly the tables with the myriad different runs long, tempo, intervals, fast finish, etc. I even affixed colored tabs to make it easier. Basically you subtract your age from and that gives you your target training heart rate for which you should never exceed.

While I have seen success with this training I have lost weight, set a new 50k PR, and have remained injury free , I always felt like there was something missing. Even though I saw great results, I always felt like if I did some hard training every now and again, I could become more fit. Maffetone says that the only time you should do anaerobic training is during racing.

Well, I run ultra marathons and I rarely if ever go anaerobic during my races. So I feel like I have been missing out on that anaerobic training. The low intensity guidelines provided by Fitzgerald in Chapter 6, align quite nicely with my target heart rate range under the Maffetone rule. Many books and articles vaguely refer to anonymous studies and rarely cite the actual study.

The authors use the much to common "some studies say" without telling the reader what the actual study was. Fitzgerald cites almost all of his studies with the name of the study as well as the name of the individual s who conducted the studies. This is extremely helpful to a guy like me because I like to find the study and read up on the details.

For instance, low intensity training causes your heart to be able to pump more blood with every beat by increasing the size of the left ventricle.

This type of adaptation does not happen with high intensity training because at high heart rates, there is not enough time for the ventricle to fill with blood, so there is no stimulus telling the heart to increase the size of the left ventricle.

Some readers may consider this information superfluous and only want to read about how exactly to train. For those readers, they would probably give this book 5 stars. However, I think Fitzgerald could have included a bit more information on how this training affects the human body.

For that reason, I give this book 4 stars.

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That being said, I enjoyed reading this book and I found it to be very useful. I would and already have recommend this book to other runners. I am an avid runner, and compete regularly. The name of this book really caught my eye, and I was intrigued just by the title. After reading the book, everything he was saying made sense to me. So I decided to give it a shot for myself, although I was running easier I did notice my times getting faster.

It was the hardest adjustment for me, but I continue to use this method now, and have continued to see my times fall! See all reviews. site Giveaway allows you to run promotional giveaways in order to create buzz, reward your audience, and attract new followers and customers. Learn more about site Giveaway.

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