October 2005: Biomechanics of Double Poling plus Evaluating Blood Lactate

FasterSkierNovember 17, 2005

We are a little late getting this on the web, but we wanted our readers to see the great articles that were sent to FasterSkier.com Club Subscribers in October:

October, 2005

The October 2005 issue
This month we include several articles:

1. Biomechanical research of Double Poling in Elite Cross-Country Skiers.
A research article by Dr. HC Holmberg, Olympic Committee, Sweden and Dr. Stefan LINDINGER, Department of Sport Science and Kinesiology, University of Salzburg, Austria.
This article is quite scientific, but everyone should be able to understand the results by reading the research conclusion. If not, we have also included some additional information and abstracts of HC Holmberg’s work. See Dr. Cross-Country Skiing.

2. Dr. Cross-Country Skiing [Dr. HC Holmberg’s double-pole thesis summary].

3. Understanding, Testing and Evaluating Blood Lactate.
A great article by Jim Galanes, former US Ski Team Coach, and now leader of the APUNSC project in Anchorage, Alaska.

4. How to Analyze and Evaluate Blood Lactate Tests, by Torbjorn Karlsen and John Aalberg. This is an additional resource regarding the practical elements of lactate testing, and first appeared in the 2004 November issue.
Please learn and give us comments, as well as suggestion for subjects you would like us to cover in the future.

Best regards,
Torbjorn Karlsen and John Aalberg

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