The effect of different high-intensity periodization models on endurance adaptations

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Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, WK Health
Document Type: Report
Length: 82 words

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The article compares the effects of three different high-intensity training (HIT) models, balanced for total load but differing in training plan progression, on endurance adaptations.All groups improved 5%-10% in mean power during a 40-min all-out trial, peak power output, and V.sup..O2peak postintervention (P 0.05).It suggests that organizing different interval sessions in a specific periodized mesocycle order or in a mixed distribution during a 12-wk training period has little or no effect on training adaptation when the overall training load is the same.

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Gale Document Number: GALE|A474492121