Training for Endurance [Philip Maffetone] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Read reviews. “The most common cause of reduced aerobic function is anaerobic training, and/ or too much racing. “ Dr. Philip Maffetone, The Big Book of Endurance Training. Dr. Phil Maffetone. Dr. Philip Maffetone is an applied kinesiologist who has been in private practice since He’s an authority on alternative medicine, has a.

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I have been doing low heart rate training for over a year now, but have only really been reaping the results in the last few months. I have no problems with your special announcements or broadcasting testimonials. Also, no problem with longer podcasts.

Eliminate fatigue and unlock the secrets of low-carb success. Stay tuned for the answers, coming this Monday…. Hi Ben, I started recently to maaffetone to your podcasts and I must say, they are awesome. The third is to eliminate sugar and other refined carbs from your diet. I used Phil’s approach to training for many years when I first started triathlon.

An interview with Phil Maffetone

March 11, at 2: I’ve come to appreciate the ability to train in less time but wondering if I’m doing more harm than good. Maffetone has advised some of the greatest endurance athletes in history, like triathlon champions Mike Pigg maffrtone Mark Allen. Just click here to go to our iTunes page and leave feedback.


Click here for the full written transcript of this podcast episode Do you have a future podcast question for Ben? This allows endurancee better recovery and thus more running. Click here to grab it now! March 11, at 9: I was just googling “ben greenfield maffetone” and some other searches and landed here.

What I do is a super easy three mile warm up followed by 5 miles on the indoor track at beats per minute. March 5, at 2: Ben, Is there madfetone way to see the show notes without going to itunes? And that is the philosophy that Dominator is based on.

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Episode #135: Interview With Health & Endurance Expert Dr. Phil Maffetone

May 14, at 2: Casey has call in feedback about Shape21and Lisa calls in to give an update on her Triathlon Dominator race. Here are my own MAF test results.

March 8, at 8: On work computer and can not load itunes. Going up hill is easier on your body and forces you to put out more power when running. There is some data suggesting that Pork may not be the “cleanest” meat to eat, but that is a discussion for another day.

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I’m very glad that you are experimenting with different ways of doing the show and keep up the great job! During our discussion, Phil answers the following questions:. It does work but makes training time consuming. In this episode, Dr. I learn a lot from your podcasts, thank maffefone. Primarily, what I touched on was the higher omega 3 fatty acid content and CLA content of grassfed beef.

Primal Endurance Podcast: Phil Maffetone Pt.1 (Rebroadcast)

When you have a healthier aerobic maffeotne, the body is meant to deal with stress. Maffetone says to the first start with a self-assessment of your body, performance, and stress levels. Take into account all stress factors, such as consuming refined carbs, drinking too much caffeine, not getting enough sleep, doing too much training and maintaining an elevated heart rate.

Fourth, conduct a Maximum Aerobic Function test once a month to ensure that you are making steady progress in your aerobic development.

Maffetone details how to endurannce started with the Maffetone method of endurance training, something that will be of particular interest to any endurance athlete who has experienced fatigue, injury, recurring minor illness, regression or stagnation in performance and especially inability to reduce excess body fat.