Applying the critical velocity model for an off-season interval training program.

@article{Clark2013ApplyingTC,
  title={Applying the critical velocity model for an off-season interval training program.},
  author={Ida E Clark and Brianne M West and Sheila K Reynolds and Steven Ross Murray and Robert W. Pettitt},
  journal={Journal of strength and conditioning research},
  year={2013},
  volume={27 12},
  pages={3335-41}
}
The critical velocity (CV) model offers an opportunity to prescribe and to test empirically different velocity-time (V-t) configurations of high-intensity interval training (HIIT); however, such experiments are lacking. We evaluated a group of competitive, female soccer players (age = 19 ± 1 years, height = 168 ± 6 cm, mass = 61 ± 6 kg) completing 1 of 2 different HIIT regimes: a short group (n = 6) completing higher V and shorter t configurations, and a long group (n = 10) completing lower V… CONTINUE READING
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