Is Lactate Threshold Testing Worth Your Time

When LT Testing (LTT) started in Europe in the 70’s and 80’s, it was an inexpensive means to determine some effect of training and the ability of the athlete to go for an extended period. In short, unless you are riding in the Tour de France, LTT, as espoused by The Method...
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Go Slower to Lean Up?

In running and walking, if you are like most people, your goal is to lose weight and gain fitness. If you go faster in running or walking will you actually lose more weight and gain fitness? A little bit of extra speed helps, but if you go “anaerobic” in the exercise...
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