Optimising endurance training of elite cyclists by inclusion of sprints during low-intensity sessions
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Has partsPaper 1: Almquist, N.W., Ettema, G., Hopker, J., Sandbakk, O., Rønnestad, B.R. The Effect of 30-Second Sprints During Prolonged Exercise on Gross Efficiency, Electromyography, and Pedalling Technique in Elite Cyclists. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance. 2019:1-9. This article is not included due to copyright restrictions.
Paper 2: Almquist, N.W., Ellefsen, S., Sandbakk, O., Rønnestad, B.R. Effects of including sprints during prolonged cycling on muscular and hormonal responses and recovery in elite cyclists.
Paper 3: Almquist, N.W., Løvlien, I., Byrkjedal, P.T., Spencer, M., Kristoffersen, M., Skovereng, K., Sandbakk, O., Rønnestad, B.R. Effects of including sprints in one weekly low-intensity training session during the transition period of elite cyclists.
Paper 4: Almquist, N.W., Wilhelmsen, M., Ellefsen, S., Sandbakk, O., Rønnestad, B.R. Inclusion of 30-s sprints during low-intensity sessions in a high load training camp improves performance in elite cyclists. Manuscript.