Hill/Noakes Central Governor Model

Discussion in 'Strength & Conditioning Discussion' started by Mithra, Mar 30, 2008.

  1. Mithra

    Mithra Bay Area Labs

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    Very long article I cam across but found fascinating, written by Richard Gibbens Here

     
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    Bump because I find the topic fascinating and there has to be a few cardio nerds out there
     
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    Man, that's interesting and it makes a lot of sense. So much of what your body can do at any one time is limited what you know you have to do next, and it applies during both endurance and HIIT training. If you know, even subconsciously, that you've got to run another hour or seven more hill sprints, something holds your performance back a little during the middle portion of the work. Only the very beginnng and the very end tend to be truly 100% efforts.

    So, there is no <s>spoon</s> fatigue...
     

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