Training for Endurance [Philip Maffetone] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Read reviews. “The most common cause of reduced aerobic function is anaerobic training, and/ or too much racing. “ Dr. Philip Maffetone, The Big Book of Endurance Training. Dr. Phil Maffetone. Dr. Philip Maffetone is an applied kinesiologist who has been in private practice since He’s an authority on alternative medicine, has a.
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Here are my own MAF test results. March 7, at 6: Thanks for another great podcast and for answering my call in question Ben! Just complete the information below…. Also, please stop putting in extra testimonials, or at least place them at the end.
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Episode #135: Interview With Health & Endurance Expert Dr. Phil Maffetone
However, most programs that I have seen will then take this aerobic training heart rate and use it for nearly all the training, which requires many, many hours of training to get the same effect as the HIIT. Haven’t heard a podcast yet that didn’t contain at least 3 questions I wanted answers to…until this last one when you cut down the number. Maffetone has been promoting the benefits of aerobic development and how to protect and nourish health in pursuit of ambitious endurance goals.
Also, no problem with longer podcasts.
An interview with Phil Maffetone
March 11, at 2: And while some of your special guests have interesting ideas and knowledge…I often find myself tuning out if their area is too narrow for the maftetone fitness joe. May 14, at 2: I have no problems with your special announcements or broadcasting testimonials.
One benefit of the Maffetone method is it’s much easier on your body.
March 8, at 2: Hi Ben — I dig the show at a consummable length — one hour for me. March 4, at 4: May 14, at 9: March 6, at 7: Fourth, conduct a Maximum Aerobic Function test once a month to ensure that you are making steady progress in your aerobic development.
I feel like this is also a benefit of raising the incline instead of raising the speed when running. I used Phil’s approach to training for many years when I first started triathlon. Maffetone spent years coming up with a heart rate formula minus your age. Click here for the dndurance written transcript of this podcast episode.
Primal Endurance Podcast: Phil Maffetone Pt.1 (Rebroadcast)
Just click here to go to our iTunes page and leave feedback. March 3, at 3: There is some data suggesting that Pork may not be the “cleanest” meat to eat, but that is a discussion for another day.
After listening to your interview with him and hearing the negative effects of too much high intensity training, I have questions about HIIT training. Also, we talked again about the benefits of grass-fed beef and the importance of fat. As far as the length of the podcast, I have no issue’s with endruance episodes, It always sucks to have to stop running and find a new podcast on my ipod before I have even reached my turn around point during my daily runs.
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