Exercise training is an important positive activity for both health and performance. A rich literature demonstrates, in a semi-quantitative way, the value of exercise. However, knowledge about how to improve the process of giving exercise advice is always important. This paper reviews recent studies relative to exercise dosimetry in both normal individuals (steps per day) and athletes (the volume and character of training runs in preparation for marathon races). It also provides data regarding the use of the Session RPE (rated perceived exertion) method and the Talk Test to monitor training load and control training intensity in well-trained individuals and athletes, respectively. Lastly, evidence extending recent findings on pacing strategy into a new population (patients with cardiovascular disease) is presented. In total, the new data presented in this manuscript add information that may be useful in refining the process of advising exercisers at all levels on better ways to achieve their exercise goals.
Exercise Training for Performance and Health / Foster, C; Porcari, Jp; de Koning, Jj; Bannwarth, E; Casolino, E; Condello, G; Galamback, K; Gibson, M; Lueck, J; Rodriguez-Marroyo, Ja; Walraven, L. - In: DEUTSCHE ZEITSCHRIFT FÜR SPORTMEDIZIN. - ISSN 0344-5925. - 63:3(2012), pp. 69-74. [10.5960/dzsm.2011.066]
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