Overview of interference effects in strength/cardio

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  1. selfcritical Brown Belt

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    http://facstaff.bloomu.edu/jandreac/Downloads/class_notes/ExPhys-II/Docherty_and_Sporer_2000.pdf

    A a lit review of the interference effects and how to avoid them in concurrent training. General conclusions were that interference can be most easily avoided by gearing both strength and cardio training toward central rather than peripheral effects. Largest interference effects were predicted when trying to maximize strength training toward cross-sectional area and cardio toward peripheral adaptations at the same time. Apparently this is not heavily researched- if you see any other relevant articles, post it here?
     
  2. JauntyAngle International man of mystery

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    Thanks for this, looks really helpful.
     
  3. Miiiiiiighty Gold Belt

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    Interesting
     
  4. Combat Squirrel Blue Belt

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    What do peripheral and cross-sectional mean in this context?

    (TLDR right now. Might read in detail later.)
     
  5. Greoric Double Yellow Card Double Yellow Card

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    Wow, I didn't expect "cardio" to even still be discussed in this kind of forum.
     

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