Dr Dan Plews is the Hawaii Ironman Triathlon age group world record holder with a blistering 8:24 set in 2018. That's 8 hours and 24 minutes by way of bio alongside Dan's own athletic achievements. He has a PhD in exercise physiology, which looked at heart rate variability to assess training adaptation. He's coached three professional Ironman triathletes to sub eight hours, including Terenzo Boyzone, Yon van Berkel and Tim van Berkel., Dr Plews has consulted with New Zealand rowing and currently serves a role of high performance manager for Team Emirates, New Zealand in the Americas Cup. And of course, Dan is the founder of Endure IQ, a fantastic online endurance coaching community and service.
On this episode, you'll hear Dr Dan Plews share around what high intensity interval training actually is the different types of high intensity interval training, the physiological benefits, how to build hit training into your program and work it around and overall periodized plan, how to manipulate the variables of high intensity interval training, the role of recovery between workouts, and Dan share some of his favorite hit sessions across swim, bike and run.
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