Bob Treffene Talks About the Physiological Side of Training in Swimming

PHOENIX, Arizona, June 1. Swimming World Radio talked in depth with Bob Treffene, long time consultant to Australian and currently British Swimming about the measures and models of training and tapering elite athletes.

Listen as Bob talks to Brent Rutemiller about the good and bad sides of lactate. Learn how the production of red fast-twitch fibers and mitochondria cells along with the storage of glycogen are the keys to effective training. Learn what models are being used to find critical training speeds that enhance cellular adaptation and improved tapers. All this and more on Swimming World Radio.

Just click on the button to the right to listen to the interview or go to SwimmingWorldRadio.com to find this and other segments.

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