Wednesday, October 21, 2020
Mitochondrial Health

Exercise training prescription to maximise improvements in mitochondria function and content?

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7 thoughts on “Exercise training prescription to maximise improvements in mitochondria function and content?
  1. I was most interested in your comments about effective prescriptions for combining training types as mentioned at 16:15 since obviously this has significant real-world application for training. Is this something that there are any studies published on since this presentation was given? I couldn’t see anything more recent on your ResearchGate page

  2. I haven’t found any information in mentioned articles especially related to “grand tour” 3 weeks intensive training 😔

  3. Wonderful content. You can activate subtitles for the video. I wanted to share it with my students, but they don’t have a good hearing for English.

  4. Great info. Thank you for publishing this video. The fun comes in applying this info to a training plan. From a practical standpoint, the higher the intensity, the lower the total time you’re able to train. You can very easily do too much sprint interval training (SIT) and wind up getting injured and/or cause other problems. Finding the right balance of the various workouts/types of training is a great challenge. Having a better idea of what’s going on at the mitochondrial level helps inform our choices. Thanks again.

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