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Webinar: An Anaerobic Approach To Training

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Topic: An Anaerobic Approach To Training

The aim of any training program is to stress the physiological systems in a way that will bring about adaptation that in turn improves performance. Recent studies have demonstrated an improvement in endurance performance thru reducing low intensity training and replacing this with either explosive strength and power training or high intensity interval training. This anaerobic approach to training has highlighted the need for proper technique, strength and power when improving endurance performance. The webinar will include the rationale for approaching training from an anaerobic standpoint and will explain how improving anaerobic power and reversing periodization may increase performance gains more so than the traditional endurance approach.

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Krista Austin

Krista Austin works with athletes to help optimize their competitive careers through the use of evidence based science. This service is also offered to coaches, professional teams and national governing bodies of sport on a much larger scale. This provides not only assistance in the areas of physiology and nutrition but also includes the development of additional members that can serve as a support team to athletes and coaches. Krista works with national governing bodies of sport to provide high performance planning, coaching education, long term athlete development and sport specific fitness testing. 

Sanctioning Status: USAT SANCTIONED

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Event Type: National
Entry Fee: $24.99 for USAT Members or Coaches; $39.99 for Non-Members
Event Date: Feb. 4, 2010
Start Time: 4:00 PM MST

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