Anaerobic and Aerobic Conditioning: Training Methods & Determining Intensity

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here are numerous training methods used for aerobic and anaerobic conditioning and, although only several will be discussed, you should find that many other methods are derived from, or similar to, those discussed.
Most references divide the methods of training into two broad categories, these being distance and speed. Distance training revolves around developing an aerobic base of fitness and conditioning, with speed work obviously improving running speed. Intensity provides another means of dividing training into categories. Ranging from a simplistic low through to high intensity, to a more physiological view involving lactate thresholds and MVO2 training.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 1998
Externally publishedYes
Event2nd Victorian Health and Fitness Convention - Melbourne, Australia
Duration: 18 Oct 1998 → …

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Other2nd Victorian Health and Fitness Convention
CountryAustralia
CityMelbourne
Period18/10/98 → …

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Orr, R. M. (1998). Anaerobic and Aerobic Conditioning: Training Methods & Determining Intensity. Paper presented at 2nd Victorian Health and Fitness Convention, Melbourne, Australia.
Orr, Rob Marc. / Anaerobic and Aerobic Conditioning: Training Methods & Determining Intensity. Paper presented at 2nd Victorian Health and Fitness Convention, Melbourne, Australia.
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