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What's the most important physiological trait for endurance performance? | #7 ft. Jonah Rosner




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In this episode Jonah Rosner, MS, CSCS, and I talk about predictors of performance and how we use testing to determine training plans.


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OUTLINE:

0:00 – Introduction and Topic Overview

2:15 – Jonah's Impromptu 27-Mile Run

4:00 – Fueling Strategy and Carbohydrate Oxidation

6:24 – The Role of Nutrition in Performance

8:08 – Influence of Diet on Bone Health

9:55 – The Importance of Adequate Caloric Intake

11:37 – Motor Unit Activation and Muscle Fiber Types

13:53 – Fine-Tuning Muscle Recruitment for Efficiency

16:08 – Economy and Its Relationship to Efficiency

18:05 – Neuromuscular Components and Metabolic Efficiency

20:23 – Muscle Contraction Types and Energy Expenditure

22:03 – The Complexity of Human Physiology in Performance

23:34 - The Importance of VO2 Max in Endurance Sports

25:02 - Benefits and Challenges of High-Intensity Training

28:40 - Comparing Training Strategies and Adaptations

31:05 - Using VO2 Max to Guide Training

35:28 - VO2 Max in CrossFit

42:47 - Factors Influencing CrossFit Performance

43:24 - CrossFit Requirements

44:09 - Predictors of Performance

45:07 - CrossFit Games 5K

46:21 - Individualized Training

47:26 - Training Based on Sport Demands

48:05 - Zone 2 vs. High-Intensity Interval Training

50:05 - Thresholds Defined

57:19 - Power and Speed Adaptation

59:26 - Training with Heart Rate Zones

1:01:45 - Future Topics

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