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    chiquetetekik on · in reply to: Rollerskis training #45581

    Thak you very much Scott

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    chiquetetekik on · in reply to: Rollerskis training #45312

    This week I’m doing Z2 trainings un rollerski, but I see that I need a lot of time for the same vertical because the roads are more longer than tracks. My questions is, what’s better: 2h and 1000m+ walking/run or 2h30′ and 700m+ skiroll?

    Thanks

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    chiquetetekik on · in reply to: Rollerskis training #45005

    Ok Scott, thanks

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    chiquetetekik on · in reply to: Rollerski in treadmill #41093

    And is the length of the treadmill enough to to use the poles correctly by stretching the arm back?
    I’ve looking Nordictrack x7, but the problem it’s not plegable… is it enougth 15% to train? Are the Proform treadmills a good opción?

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    chiquetetekik on · in reply to: Treadmill grade for AeT test #35723

    Scott or Scott J., could you describe the test that Luke Nelson does in the image on page 156 of TFUA? Just change the inclination of the treadmill and the speed is constant?

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    Hi everyone:
    After reading all questions, I don’t understand the difference of general strenght, max strenght and specific strenght. I’ve finished the transition period with a general strenght rutine, and now I question: It’s correct for runners and skimo racers to include max strength based in TFTNA in the first eight weeks of the base period and continue with the progression of muscular endurance? Or it’s better to do specific strenght directly? When I would to start with Hill Sprints?
    Thanks

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    chiquetetekik on · in reply to: Time to Max Strength #15490

    Steve, thank you very much for the clarification. Maybe it’s me who has misinterpreted your article, but with your answer everything is clear.
    a greeting

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    chiquetetekik on · in reply to: Two questions #14044

    Scott, thanks you very much for yours answers!!!!

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    chiquetetekik on · in reply to: Aerobic food #13522

    Thanks Scott.

    I think I have not known how to approach the question well, because as you say, I understand that on D-day the glycogen deposits must be full, so I do understand the HC intake.

    What it does not understand what gel is used for, since when elevating the insulin it interrupts the lipolysis, instead of another HC like the corn starch that recharges the deposits but without increasing the insulin …

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    chiquetetekik on · in reply to: Test Results. Why?? #9889

    First of all thank you for your quick reply Scoot S. As you say I also think that the test has been very poor to be useful.

    I also attach the data files obtained.

    Comment I doubt very much that you can advise me a place where to make a new test, since I live in Pamplona, ??a city in Spain … I will investigate this on my own.

    As for my “low intensity”, what do you recommend? continue with the MAF method or nasal breathing method.

    Thank you very much again

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    chiquetetekik on · in reply to: Hill Sprints #9161

    I’m sorry Scott, but in the previous message I did not explain myself well. What I wanted to say is if after Hill Sprints I would deplete my glycogen stores so that if I continued to train one or two hours in Z1 later this would be similar to fasting training.

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    chiquetetekik on · in reply to: ME for ultratrail #8702

    Thank you very much Scott and Scott for the answers

    I’m waiting for that interesting publication.

    a greeting

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    chiquetetekik on · in reply to: ME for ultratrail #8699

    Thank you very much Scott. I think that is very good idea

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