Effects of 12 Weeks High-Intensity & Reduced-Volume Training in Elite Athletes

@inproceedings{Kilen2014EffectsO1,
  title={Effects of 12 Weeks High-Intensity & Reduced-Volume Training in Elite Athletes},
  author={Anders Kilen and Tanja Hultengren Larsson and Majke J\orgensen and Lars Johansen and Susanne J\orgensen and Nikolai B Nordsborg},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2014}
}
It was investigated if high-intensity interval training (HIT) at the expense of total training volume improves performance, maximal oxygen uptake and swimming economy. 41 elite swimmers were randomly allocated to a control (CON) or HIT group. For 12 weeks both groups trained ∼12 h per week. HIT comprised ∼5 h vs. 1 h and total distance was ∼17 km vs. 35 km per week for HIT and CON, respectively. HIT was performed as 6-10×10-30 s maximal effort interspersed by 2-4 minutes of rest. Performance of… CONTINUE READING
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