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  • Endurance training is the deliberate act of exercising to increase stamina and endurance. Exercises for endurance tends to be aerobic in nature versus anaerobic movements. Aerobic exercise develops slow twitch muscles.
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  • Hockey refers to a family of sports in which two teams play against each other by trying to maneuver a ball, or a puck, into the opponent's goal, using a hockey stick.
  • Hockey is an album by John Zorn featuring his early "game piece" composition of the same name. The album, first released on vinyl on Parachute Records in 1980, (tracks 4-9), and later re-released on CD on Tzadik Records with additional bonus tracks as part of the The Parachute Years Box Set in
  • field hockey: a game resembling ice hockey that is played on an open field; two opposing teams use curved sticks try to drive a ball into the opponents' net
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The Big Book of Endurance Training and Racing
The Big Book of Endurance Training and Racing
“Welcome to what will undoubtedly be a whole new level of athletic performance.”—Mark Allen, six-time winner of the Hawaii Ironman.
Are you a triathlete, runner, cyclist, swimmer, cross-country skier, or other athlete seeking greater endurance? The Big Book of Endurance Training and Racing teaches athletes how to stay healthy, achieve optimal athletic potential, and be injury-free for many productive years. Dr. Philip Maffetone’s approach to endurance offers a truly “individualized” outlook and unique system that emphasizes building a strong aerobic base for increased fat burning, weight loss, sustained energy, and a healthy immune system. Good nutrition and stress reduction are also key to this commonsense, big-picture approach.

In addition, Dr. Maffetone dispels many of the commonly held myths that linger in participatory sports—and which adversely impact performance—and explains the “truths” about endurance, such as:
The need to train slower to race faster will enable your aerobic system to improve endurance
Why expensive running shoes can actually cause foot and leg injuries
The fact that refined carbohydrates actually reduce endurance energy and disrupt hormone balance
And more.
If you are looking to increase your endurance and maximize your athletic potential, The Big Book of Endurance Training and Racing is your one-stop guide to training and racing effectively. 50 black-and-white illustrations

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Greensboro Roller Derby practice
Greensboro Roller Derby practice
2011-10-02 Nikon F3 Nikon Ai 105mm f/2.5 lens Kodak Tri-X 400 (800-push) 35mm film Kodak Xtol (1+1) developer 20?C - 11min
Greensboro Roller Derby practice
Greensboro Roller Derby practice
2011-10-02 Nikon F3 Nikon Ais 20mm f/2.8 lens Kodak Tri-X 400 (800-push) 35mm film Kodak Xtol (1+1) developer 20?C - 11min

hockey endurance training
hockey endurance training
Endurance Nerd
I am the Endurance Nerd. I've been competing in nearly all aspects of endurance sports for the last 20 years. Ultra-marathons, iron-distance triathlons, solo 24-hour mountain bike races, along with countless 5K/10Ks,marathons, road cycling races, etc.

For about the last 15 years I have been a practicing physical therapist, a training consultant, and a professional bike fitter working with athletes from weekend warriors to world class.

In this time I've accumulated a very particular view on what works to get athletes into peak form and keep them healthy and injury free. I decided to write it because I always saw the same information on the popular endurance websites and in the magazines. I got tired of picking up the latest issue of a running, cycling, and triathlon magazine and feeling like I had read it before.

I didn't care anymore about the "independent" gear reviews -- they never really seemed to really be that critical of any of the gear.

I was underwhelmed with the creativity of their new 16-week training plans -- I never felt like they changed very much from the last one they'd recommended.

Really new training research was rarely presented in them -- generally they were a number of years behind.

Which isn't to say that I wrote this short book to be a contrarian -- I just want to give eager endurance athletes some of the benefit of the years I've worked at this, and the boiled down knowledge I have into what works, and what doesn't.

Inside you'll find a collection of articles on topics like:

Central Governor Model explained
The ins and outs of training at altitude
Why training long and slow, just makes you slow
“Gray Zone” Training – Training in the “middle”
Best use of your time with 3-4 days/week training
Why "bonking" can make you go faster?
Ice Baths
Why I don't swim laps
Should I run barefoot?
Eating during training and competition
What's the best way improve the comfort of my bike?

Enjoy and look for further editions coming soon

I am the Endurance Nerd. I've been competing in nearly all aspects of endurance sports for the last 20 years. Ultra-marathons, iron-distance triathlons, solo 24-hour mountain bike races, along with countless 5K/10Ks,marathons, road cycling races, etc.

For about the last 15 years I have been a practicing physical therapist, a training consultant, and a professional bike fitter working with athletes from weekend warriors to world class.

In this time I've accumulated a very particular view on what works to get athletes into peak form and keep them healthy and injury free. I decided to write it because I always saw the same information on the popular endurance websites and in the magazines. I got tired of picking up the latest issue of a running, cycling, and triathlon magazine and feeling like I had read it before.

I didn't care anymore about the "independent" gear reviews -- they never really seemed to really be that critical of any of the gear.

I was underwhelmed with the creativity of their new 16-week training plans -- I never felt like they changed very much from the last one they'd recommended.

Really new training research was rarely presented in them -- generally they were a number of years behind.

Which isn't to say that I wrote this short book to be a contrarian -- I just want to give eager endurance athletes some of the benefit of the years I've worked at this, and the boiled down knowledge I have into what works, and what doesn't.

Inside you'll find a collection of articles on topics like:

Central Governor Model explained
The ins and outs of training at altitude
Why training long and slow, just makes you slow
“Gray Zone” Training – Training in the “middle”
Best use of your time with 3-4 days/week training
Why "bonking" can make you go faster?
Ice Baths
Why I don't swim laps
Should I run barefoot?
Eating during training and competition
What's the best way improve the comfort of my bike?

Enjoy and look for further editions coming soon

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