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Slide Show: Intensity, Power-Training Focused

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121 slides.

The PDF file size is 3.8 megabytes.

Presenting the complete slide show will take about 120 minutes.

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●   The presentation reviews the principles in the book HIT (High-Intensity Training) book.

●   The book HIT (High-Intensity Training) is available at a discount for groups.

 


●   The presentation starts with an overview of training.

●   Intensity measures--including perceived exertion, cadence, speed, lactate oxygen consumption, heart rate, and power--are discussed.

●   The pros and cons of intensity measures are discussed.

●   The pros and cons of current power meter hardware and software are discussed in detail.

 


 

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