Polarization & Periodization – What You Need to Know on The Consummate Athlete Podcast
Last week on The Consummate Athlete Podcast, we got extremely nerdy and talked all things Polarization & Periodization and What You Need to Know. Polarization—training mostly easy and adding in sprinklings of super hard efforts, avoiding that middle/gray training effort area—has been a huge topic of debate lately. And periodization gets dragged along for the ride because they sound similar, and because periodizing training is sort of the macro of polarizing: You’re structuring a training block or your entire year to have those easy periods and those hard periods come at the right time to do the best in your goal races. So, Peter and I talked through all of the myths and questions that people have, and touched on some of the misconceptions that people seem to have about what both mean. (Also recommended: our episode with Stephen Seiler, the sport scientist who coined the term polarization!)
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