TrainingJune 2005 Issue: Max Strength Training For Different Age Groups And Factors That Counts In Endurance Training

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FASTERSKIER CLUB SUBSCRIPTION SERVICE – 2005
June, 2005
Volume 2
Issue 2

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This is the second issue of the 2005 season Fasterskier.com’s subscription service covering in-depth, modern and interesting issues in the sport of Cross-Country. For non-subscribers, this is a great time to join. You're subscription helps keep FasterSkier.com going, and you get in-depth articles you can't find anywhere else.

The June 2005 issue

This month we include two articles:

1. Max strength training for different age groups
– This article is focusing on practical ideas behind the modern max strength training theory (or the Maximal Anaerobic Power theory).

The article is our suggestions for: How to do max strength training, what age groups should do max strength, how many reps, loads, which exercises and benefits.

2. Summary of Physiological factors influencing performance in competitive Cross-Country skiing
– a brief summary of the different ways the body is influenced by endurance training.

Best regards,

John Aalberg and Torbjorn Karlsen

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