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Legendary coach, health and fitness expert and the father of aerobic heart rate-based training, Dr. Phil Maffetone, joins the show for a insightful chat on an array of topics and to answer your questions on aerobic/MAF training, incorporating speed work, the ideal diet and racing fuel for endurance athletes, should we be strength training, and more. Dr. Maffetone also gives his insight on the success stories with MAF training, how to troubleshoot with MAF, a unique approach to weight lifting, making health the priority above all else, thoughts on the current Ironman points ranking system for pros, and much more.
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Weekend entertainment for your long run: My chat with the man, Dr. Phil Maffetone, on @EndurancePlanet : http://t.co/ML64bbbWHs
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Here is a fantastic podcast with one of the pioneers in endurance sports @drphilmaffetone: http://t.co/ztuQN3XBWk
Here is a fantastic podcast with one of the pioneers in endurance sports @drphilmaffetone: http://t.co/Q9DTm640s6
Brilliant podcast! Loved everything about it.
Not being part of the Facebook crowd, what a great surprise! Awesome interview, the best I’ve heard with him. I was very impressed to hear him explain more about strength training and anaerobic workouts. If you read his Big Book, you’ll see where our confusion comes from. I am trying a different version of “slow weights” using light resistance and higher reps since I don’t have access to heavy weights. One thing for a future interview might be discussion on how to find the MAF range, which confuses people. For instance, the 180 formula has my MAF range as 135-145 BPM. But if I go off of Lucho’s method, where he subtracts from LT, I get a range of 145-155, which is significantly different. Keep up the great work!
I wasn’t sure what to expect as the interview started, but once you got him going it was fantastic. What a variety of interesting and informed opinions on all subjects of health and training. A true man of science who is not afraid to go against the grain and be a contrarian. Great podcast.
Excellent podcast. Thanks!
Tawnee – Great Podcast. Question for you, in the pod cast, in the carbs dialogue you mentioned specifically women could experience unhealthy issues if they eliminated Carbs completely. Can you elaborate more on what you mean by unhealthy?
When Dr. Maffetone is talking about pace, is he saying min/miles?