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2answers
187 views

How sports specific is cardio?

To what degree is cardio/endurance training sports specific? Are there any academic references detailing it? Background: I recently (a little over a month ago) starting training in BJJ. When I was ...
2
votes
1answer
145 views

Training to walk up to my 5th floor office without panting

I work on the 5th floor of a 7 story building, and prefer the stairs over the elevator. I'm in moderately good shape, walking 1.5 miles each way to/from work every day, and usually working in a 1-3 ...
3
votes
1answer
88 views

Types of endurance and ways of training them

Ive read that there are several types of endurance. One of them is the so called strength endurance, defined as the body's ability for repetitive action on a moderate to high intensity level ...
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1answer
294 views

Do seniors(age 60+) need to be treated differently in training?

Apart from the obvious fact of lessened degree of training intensity, do seniors bodies respond differently to training stimuli? Besides increased risk of injury, is there a reason for a senior couch ...
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2answers
1k views

Making a training plan for medieval swordsmen / reenactment

Some of my friends are into history reenactment and historical fencing. Doing this is quite demanding in terms of fitness, so I wanted to help them develop a training plan to follow. What would be ...
2
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3answers
220 views

Training on the border of overtraining

Whenever I feel I have overtrain I rest, say for 3-5 days, and when I start training again I regress in perfermonance, and have to start builduing up again. It is as if I have been stuck in the same ...
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4answers
266 views

Adverse effects of NSAIDs during training?

I know that NSAIDs can worsen the healing process of certain tissues in body such as bones. It is the irony of the history that they are now so popular (they do have side-effects). I think this is ...