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Latest Physiology news
New Research Spotlight: Influence of Interval Training Frequency on Time-Trial Performance in Elite Endurance Athletes
The right balance of high and low intensity exercise is crucial for the most effective training plan. Research has suggested polarised training with 20% of your exercise sessions being focused on high intensity exercise (with the remaining time spent on low intensity training) could be the most effective way to create positive physiological adaptations.
New Research Spotlight: More complete adaptation identified with medium term heat acclimation
The optimal protocol for heat acclimation is a 'hot' topic for research due to this preparatory period being key for performance in the heat. Please see our summary infographic of the recent paper in The European Journal of Applied Physiology by Jodie Moss from Roehampton University.