While you definitely don’t need the aerobic engine of a field/team sports athlete, I think a nominal aerobic base will help expedite recovery b/w sessions, improve sleep/rest, etc. This can be walking, cycling, jogging, etc. I can see how the heart benefits but what about the adaptations to joints etc that happen with low intensity long duration exercise? It’s frustrating as a coach, but not unusual. Thank you! We like HIIT a lot. I would just like to know the theory behind ATP is the “fuel” our muscles use to contract, so without it, we’re pretty much worthless. So gonna dust off the old exercise bike I think! It is also a form of exercise that you can perform with others and this makes it a pleasant social exercise. Based on my age which is 56 my heart rate monitor starts going crazy when I don’t feel I’m working that hard. Whether your goal is to become a dominant athlete or just move and feel better, I think cardiac output training has a place in most people’s programs. I’ve followed the advice in this article for several years now, but recently I came across a 2018 study titled “Moderate Intensity Intermittent Exercise Modality May Prevent Cardiovascular Drift” that made me rethink things. d. If you have been training for more than two years without any of the problems listed above, and have made progress in competition without injury, add 5. Easy! The problem is that very low intensity, long duration exercise is inefficient. Extraordinary article, Mike. As a client or athlete develops, you have to become more and more specific with your programming, and focus on one or two non-competing foci for each program. You don’t think about continuous training and morph into a marathon runner who looks and performs like one, big slow-twitch muscle fiber. The question is, once you go glycolytic can you get out of it? I seem get CNS burnout easily from lifting to intensely, also. Really enjoyed meeting you at the IDEA PTI West this year! Bob – For older individuals you’d work on the low end of the CO range (120-130 bpm) and RHR would probably be down a bit as well (although I don’t have specifics there). 8-12 weeks? I’m a trainer and competitive cyclist. Awesome post! Chris. Just to put it in perspective, novice cyclists (cat 5) should be doing 10-14 hours a week of base training! Ha. am a 51 years old female and feel in love with distance running at the young It’s in my Top 5 training books of all time — it’s that good.). Run by armatures who just smash clients doing website wods they didn’t even make up themselves and charge people for it. The answer may surprise you... | Functional fitness His work is top class and I believe his book ‘Endurance Training and Racing’ should be required reading by all strength coaches/personal trainers. The are several ways that our body can become sympathetically dominant. Meatheads like to do stuff like drag sleds, push the Prowler, or some combination of a bunch of different exercises and mobility drills. While some HIIT advocates believe that this is utter rubbish (props to the UK), we somewhat disagree. This form of cardio is not only a fat burner and an exercise that conditions the cardiovascular system, but its steady and unhurried pace can also act as a stress buster. Great article Mike. And being that I work with your everyday fitness enthusiasts, they’re all about how many calories they’re burning! That’s the down-side to pieces like this – I have to talk in generalities, but I also prescribe exercise based on specifics/individual needs. Down in Australia the big buzzword now is crossfit. One of the easiest ways to determine whether someone is parasympathetic or sympathetic dominant (along with their heart adaptations) is to check their resting heart rate. Building a kick-ass aerobic energy system is definitely “sport-specific,” even if it’s not always high-intensity. Danny O’Rourke bringing that blue steel face. I’m sure a few meat-heads will forget to read it all, but that’s how that goes. Most people only associate steady state with low intensity when distinguishing High Intensity Interval Training vs Low Intensity Steady State. Poles are popular in baseball, but you don’t have to run – you could do any number of things to get the central (i.e. So you really have two choices here, as I’m going to challenge a lot of the hot and popular conditioning “rules” being championed nowadays. Hey, thank you for visiting my blog. What about the 60? Long-duration cardio performed at a low intensity upregulates hormones and neurotransmitters that are conducive to the recovery state. The term Joel Jamieson uses in his Ultimate MMA Conditioning manual for this type of training is cardiac ouptut, or CO for short. I can personally vouch that it has directly helped me in the weight room in terms of recovery and in addition, has helped me feel better overall. Modify this number by selecting among the following categories the one that best matches your fitness and health profile: Experiment 2 consisted of 4 days with 7-8 cycles of HIIT and 1day with 30min of 70%VO2max followed by 4cycles non-exhaustive HIIT at 170%. It’s about time someone put this out there. The blood and the nutrients in it give the body increased energy, and the body can work for longer times without getting tired. Absolutely, this is essentially the essence of Arthur Lydiard’s argument and training system when his runners swept to dominance in athletics in the 50s and 60s. It showed that dividing a 30-minute low-intensity cycling session (60% vo2max) into 10-minute “intervals” with 5 minutes rest in between (but at the same intensity) increased the time spent at maximum stroke volume by over 6-fold by minimizing cardiovascular drift (which occurred in the 30-minute session after the 5-10 minute mark and stroke volume rapidly decreased). I find it interesting that what you are advocating is actually nothing new if you come from an endurance based background as opposed to a S&C one. It’s been an interesting ride the past couple of years being both an endurance athlete and strength coach. In the world of athletics this has thankfully never been eradicated completely and has been on the up again for the last 10-15 years. Great feedback! CAVEMAN forum - The most popular Paleo diet, low-carb, & keto exercise discussion site. Great article! Doug – Great points and I agree my friend! Just wish such forward thinking peopls such as yourself didn’t have to waste time defending yourselves to people that really tarnish the industry. Interesting that you mentioned the Stubborn Fat Protocol (SFP). , Thanks Tracy! When you refer to RHR, which position do you test your athletes in? Cheers, Martin. Excellent, excellent article, Mike. Today we’re going to focus on long duratio. How long does it take doing aerobic training to strengthen joints etc so that high intensity exercise can be done without risking injury? That probably doesn’t hurt…. This does not mean you can’t MAINTAIN absolute strength and adequate power, but I would not try to chase all three of the goals you listed. If the benefits of CO are related to the adaptation of the left ventricle, then it would seem to follow that using a mask that limited air intake to elevate heart rate could make some low intensity exercises stress the heart like a more intense exercise would without the mask, thereby causing the ventricle adaptation. This system boasts a lot of the cool stuff like fast energy production (ala the ATP-PCr system), but it doesn’t have the capacity to do so for an extended period of time. But if I did that for any extended period of time their gains would plateau. The technical/geeky term for this is stroke volume, or the amount of blood you’re moving with each beat. And a decade older. Had to do the typo correction – that should be consistent basis. Next, find the best category for your present state of fitness and health, and make the appropriate adjustments: â€œLong Keep brave. If you have or are recovering from a major illness (heart disease, any operation or hospital stay, etc.) Parasympathetic – Chilled out, relaxed, rest and digest, etc. Be scientific. Thanks for the great post Mike! Talking sport-specific for minute – a lot has been made of poles and long distance running not being beneficial for pitchers. Improved cardiovascular function. Right now, low intensity cardio is unfashionable, while HIIT is all the rage in the fitness world. High intensity interval training (HIIT). I’m guessing that a large proportion of trainers under the age of thirty have never done any “base” work or CO work in their careers. Do we need to purchase some kind of heart rate monitoring device to ensure that we’re in the 120-150 range whilst performing the cardio? You can often spend times with friends and family, including pets, while you are getting your daily quota of exercise. So training for strength I jumped on the bandwagon and stopped all cardio. Experts in physical education believe that when you work out for such long periods at a steady pace, it does not tax the muscles too much, increase in blood flow, oxygen delivery, and absorption and can kick start the loss of weight. Well I guess this explains why 7-footers try to lay the ball up late in the game rather than dunk it vigorously. The key is to keep your heart rate in that 120/130-150 beats per minute range and you’re good to go. and as mentioned for stress relief and enjoyment relaxing long run in the countryside with my dogs is in a league of its own. duration, low intensity cardio makes you slowâ€ – See more at: Long duration, low-intensity cardio has a myriad of benefits. Today it is a grand commercial name but it wasn’t always a strong commercially entity. Then (b) 150â€“5=145 beats per minute (bpm). Yes, it has major confounding issues. If you can move more blood with each heartbeat, your heart doesn’t have to beat as fast. I currently stand at 6’3 235. And by unfortunately, i meant to say this means I need to pick up my “cardio” as I have been neglecting it lately! duh. So hopefully I’ve convinced you that their are numerous benefits to CO training, and that more times than not they outweigh the negatives. CO style training can help decrease sympathetic drive, which helps you chill out and relax. Low-intensity steady state exercising is kinder to the muscles, joints, and ligaments and allows your body to be prepared for any HIIT that you may occasionally want to put it through. Sara – And I get that, I do. Also, after checking my heart-rate just now, thinking about the stress at my job and my sleep patterns, this article was a great wake-up call! Our commutes, our jobs, and even our personal lives cause us inordinate amounts of stress. You should do an article on your opinion of Mark Sisson’s Primal Blueprint exercise routine. race in. Visit the About page and then let’s start a conversation. Thanks for reading! Goal is around one minute. And that’s interesting on the stats. I do mix my training up Also, I’m a fan of your newsletter. I’m sympathetically overtrained and good to know that not lifting weights and walking/hiking is what I should be doing, training wise. When you do low intensity work (often noted as 120-150 beats per minute), you allow a maximal amount of blood to profuse into the left ventricle of your heart. Thanks, will add it to my arsenal! Calculate your maximum heart rate by using the formula (200 – your age). Would it be best to incorporate a single day of long, low intensity cardio every week or to periods of long low intensity cardio as a break from my normal routine for a few weeks? Can i only focus on a couple of aspects to improve or everything at once? c. If you have been training consistently (at least four times weekly) for up to two years without any of the problems just mentioned, keep the number (180â€“age) the same. Aside from buying the book you recommended, do you have any suggestions for a volleyball player who is just beginning their first training module ever to implement aerobic training. I have a long dog walk every morning, and try to keep a pace such that my heart rate stays in the range you mentioned – when the dog cooperates, of course! I don’t think their statement means, LSD makes fast people slow, but rather, LSD keeps slow people slow. nutrition or hydration. Most kids playing pickup ball are going to keep their heart rates in the “comfort zone” which could act as low-intensity training. Is this low HR exercise better than not exercising at all, like taking time off? Went out today and did a recovery session at 120-130 BPM. Cross country skiers will do this for multiple hours per day. This might explain some of the extremism from some coaches. Many thanks for a great and articulately written piece! But as with nutritional advice, the full truth about exercise doesn’t always fit into headlines. LSD is low intensity and long in duration. Now all pieces fell into places in terms of when and how to implement steady state aerobic training. How many times a week? age of 48. Again, RHR is just one component of the equation. Mike Robertson's "You NEED Long Duration, Low Intensity Cardio" is a fantastic article but it is rather long. The worst thing you can do for them is tell them [...], Sleep experts encourage the use of pillows to help align your spinal cord during sleep. Glad I finally came across this article. There’s so much hype around high intensity nowadays that I jumped on the bandwagon even though I’ve always done better with low intensity cardio workouts. LSD entails running at a conversational pace, i.e. One long duration, low intensity event (LDLI) You can do them any day, but Sunday is a perfect day to get out and complete that Long Duration, Low Intensity (LDLI) event. But if you assess them, and you know that’s what they are doing, then they don’t need to develop a base – they need to be focusing on developing explosive strength and power, and the ability to express that speed/power repeatedly throughout a match. – If you enjoyed the post, learned a thing or two from it, or just feel as though someone would benefit from reading all this, please help me out! Just remember that if you have a poorly developed aerobic base, CO training is a great tool to help re-build your foundation. 3. All this makes your heart more efficient. Example : what to use for your low intensity training depends on what kind of stress you subject your body majority of the time. Thanks. Not sure whether it is helping to burn my stubborn fat, but it certainly is helping with the recovery and to lower the stress level. Train for an Ultramarathon year round for multiple years with no recovery period, or no cycling of the intensity, probably not so good. You hit the nail on the head with the individualization part. Remember, the adaptations you create in your body are based on ALL of the training you’re doing, not just one medium. In the past 4 weeks I’ve been using the 145-150 (I’m 35) BPM rule for my long runs – about 19-22ks at roughly 5:15-5:30 min/k depending on the gradient. It is also a very effective way to build up muscular endurance, as there are a higher number of repetitions and a low resistance that does not task the muscle tissues greatly. Everyone is in love with high-intensity interval training. My question is – it is possible to improve both my Lactic Endurance, Aerobic Capacity and Absolute Strength all at the same time? you should be about able to hold a conversation during exercise. and for the brain to take a bit of a break from the intensity of HIIT. To be honest I am disheartened that you’ve had to write this. Let me begin by saying that I hate the word cardio. I am not concerned about the fastest, most explosive athlete (who most likely got to this point by running fast, jumping high, and lifting heavy things). It will open us up to a more complete picture on fitness…. im a decathlete, i train Mo, Wed, Fri: short sprints(from 30m to 120m), plyometrics, throws + weight lifting(long 3- 5 hours workout, warmup included), on saturday I do long sprints(from 200m to 300m), tuesday, thursday, sunday totally OFF…. I’ll spare you the details, but I would have liked to see them present a graph of individual change for each participant. Big fan of walking some trails out in the mountains of colorado. My resting HR has been 47-49 bpm for years so you’d assume I’d be parasympathetically dominant. I'm already lifting 4 times a week for about an hour to an hour a half at a time. Hey Phil, I would imagine that if pitchers would get their rest heart rate down, they will also be less stressed and more focused on the mount when it really matters. Those who are sucking wind instantly and suck in the last minutes of completion could likely benefit from some offseason base building. But, that is still no excuse for lack of transparency (word limits aside)…. Subtract your age from 180. Confounds the study just a little bit, right? Just trying to find the best form for me as I am getting mixed reviews from different reputable sources and studies Some are saying HIIT and some are saying low intensity. When you stretch that heart wall, you can get more blood in and out with each heartbeat. Thanks Steve – really glad you enjoyed it! Even for fat loss clients it can be incredibly helpful to get them out of the mindset of always needing high-intensity work. All ready I feel stronger in my tempo runs and feel that I can mainitain 170BPM for longer and my pace which I only look at post run is quickening. a. Well done! and this will be within the in-season portion of their schedule? 30-90 workouts. With all the other stuff you’ve described, I’d like to get you on a tool like Joel’s BioForce app to see what your heart rate variability is like. I don’t know if you have anything relevant on CO training and muscle loss. Mike I love you material and know when ever I get an inbox from you I am can be sure of a quality, well researched and well applied read. Derrick – I’m doing my best man. There are three major categories of cardio; high intensity in short durations, medium intensity in medium duration, and low intensity in long duration. If someone is consistently below 60 beats per minute, they tend to be more parasympathetic dominant. These sessions I also allow my HR to drop to 135 BPM between interval efforts for recovery. I am a college soccer coach; when I say that “Long duration, low intensity training makes you slow,” to my player it is because she spends the entire summer jogging/running 6-8 miles every day and does nothing else. Jul 30, 2014 - Everyone is in love with high-intensity interval training. My Oly lifting workout leaves me in a challenged breathing state while only performing singles for a lengthly period. Thank you for this great article. At this level of intensity you can sustain the workout for longer periods and build endurance with time. At best, I may have a 6-8 week off-season before they head back off to camp. I felt a bit guilty with that because i didnt feel as fatigue as from a heavy training session. Ryan – Thanks for chiming in, and I’m glad you liked the article! Thank you! As one who definitively loves the science I would really appreciate it if you could provide the references for the differential effects on mitochondria. If you go onto Pubmed and do some poking around with regards to time-motion analysis, you’ll come to the same conclusion. It was great to see the section on the “dumb heart” and how cardiovascular training does not necessarily need to be traditional CV training. Things that I have learnt since starting runningâ€¦â€¦â€¦.. Just Just by walking I can lowere it by 15 points. Most folks don’t have 15 hours a week to train. Be creative but there’s no doubt this stuff will expedite recovery. So you really have two choices here, as I’m going to challenge a lot of the hot and popular conditioning “rules” being championed nowadays. It is clearly the best cardio option for: Beginners Mike, good article. I think the distance running concept of “fartlek” running is helpful. Or would you go by feel, if you can’t sleep you’ve over done it? Here’s another cool thing – once you get your ticker in better condition, you don’t have to continue to do this stuff forever! They are somewhat time consuming, so it’s rewarding to know people are getting something out of them. However, i spend 90mins on the bicicle in the gym and i feel great today. Would someone explain the “One-minute go test” to me? A slow and long duration cardio causes the body to undergo less trauma. BSP – I would love to get our industry to a point where you can evaluate someone and prescribe them exactly what they NEED, not what they want. For most, jogging is too intense. The pendulum is swinging back to middle where ‘aerobic’ training is no longer a swear word. And I think you’re correct – you have a solid base and some strong training residuals from your endurance background. Boy, I’m glad that myth is debunked! I have provided the 180 formula below. And this adaptation has much more far-reaching effects than just the heart. Instead of the heart getting bigger and wider, the heart wall actually gets thicker. When a client or athlete has a high resting heart rate, I can assume that they are sympathetic dominant (constantly fight or flight). Therefore, it doesn’t really matter all that much what you do for that time, as long as you’re in that target heart rate zone. Both have their pros and cons. Keep intensity in that 120-130 bpm range MAXIMUM, you should be able to nose breath and maintain conversation.. your strength work will fill in some of the high end work. Low-intensity cardio training can be utilised for warming up before and cooling You can burn calories during this exercise and this can help you to lose weight. Awesome and so well laid out. Athletes could use this for low-level technical work. Thanks again. Like “medium intensity interval cardio”, if you will. Does this signify an imbalance in the sympathetic/parasympathetic systems? Makes a great deal of sense…from my own experience, adding some amount of slower state cardio can be beneficial to overall athleticism. I’m regularly below 40 in the mornings and only reach mid 40’s throughout the workday. Great post Mike. Great post dude! Crossfit style WODs are very very different from what this article is advising. Thirty to sixty minutes of moderate intensity work. Required fields are marked*. However, I would argue that aerobic training isn’t what you think it is, either. Resting HR? What is low intensity cardio? He asked if doing a tabata after every weight workout would be enough cardio for him? Dr Dan – Keep in mind RHR is just one component of the equation. It is good for burning fat, and the low intensity makes it a good fit for anyone. Low-intensity cardio might take more time than higher-intensity options, but it has a number of benefits that make it a smart option for a workout, too. But it does take a great coach to make someone BETTER. Of note, my recorded HIIT HR has hit 197-203 during different sessions in the past 6 months. Our age group ranges from 25 to 60 and in our group one recently won the Bergen, Norway, Europe half marathon, and not one of us ran worse than 1 hour 20mins. For generations now the recommendation for energy system development in aerobic based sports has been to ‘build a base’ of low intensity aerobic work before engaging in the higher intensity interval work (See Phil Maffetones work). I compete in CrossFit and after going through a testing period for 2 weeks have noticed that my ability to handle Lactic repeats is poor (especially in a 3min range of work with 12mins of restx3) but also my scores on longer duration aerobic work @85% range was poor after 10mins. He left his opposition with nothing to say, and that’s my goal here. I guess I am very sympathetic in regards to my nervous system. The low intensity backlash is mostly an issue with volume and economy less so with a disbelief in its benefits. Those who make that statement are looking at those athletes who only perform that type of conditioning (and training in general). That said, once I transitioned back to oly, the hops came back at 235lbs. Damn that’s a bold statement Matt, but I will definitely take it. I’d very much like it to increase my vascularity and work capacity. Glad you’re enjoying it! In between the ATP-PCr and aerobic systems is the anaerobic, or glycolytic, system. Phil – It all comes down to knowing why you are doing something, and putting it in at the appropriate time. Thoughts? To make sure you get the key message from it, I've copied over the points I wanted people to take away. If you simply watch a sport and watch the ball the whole time, it looks helter skelter – people are running around like chickens with their heads cut off. It is a gentler approach to fitness that can greatly increase the chances of it developing into an exercise program that you can sustain over long periods of time. I’m interested in getting Joel’s book but was wondering if you think it’s good because of the scientific detail (we all want to learn more, right) or if you think it would be beneficial for me to incorporate some of his practical ideas/programming stuff into my powerlifting style training. Great advice! I personally am an olympic weightlifter and have played with having conditioning in my program in various ways. And what would it be for low intensity cardio. I’ve touched base with the 150 rule before and spent some time training to it and I think I got results (I didn’t track them). I’d be really interested to hear your take on using exercise masks that make breathing harder. Sad that we are so specific with the kids (no co-mingling of energy systems in a workout) and also ‘teachy’, but then their folks go to a box or chaos-based place and get smashed. If I am wrong here please correct me! cheers. This is area where you opened my eyes the most…..to choose training modality accordingly. running 15-30 minutes twice per week. With all the options and opinions out there, is it any wonder that people are confused as to how they should incorporate cardio into their workouts? Low Intensity, Long Duration Cardio Training Let’s get this one out of the way first, because as mentioned, it’s the type of exercise that most people associate with the word cardio . Also, you can’t just look at what an athlete is doing now. But could long duration, low intensity exercise help you move and feel better? It does help. How can my resting HR be so low when I seem to be so sympathetically dominant? My main distance is the half marathon which I have knocked off 4 minutes High intensity cardio that burns more calories will produce more fat loss. HIIT, on the other hand, can leave a person ravenously hungry and this can at times lead to overeating. I’ve got some guy I’ve never heard of or met before telling me I don’t know what I’m talking about, that you can overtrain the left ventricle of the heart, blah blah blah. Use a HRM power meter, pace tracker, etc. It wasn’t supposed to be too “science heavy,” and. Aerobic training is in direct competition to anaerobic training. Also, 85% of max hr is pretty tough. Long duration, low intensity cardio. FWIW, I’m a former distance runner, so I really think my heart made some pretty significant semi-permanent adaptations during that lengthy period. Thank you! We have three energy systems in our body: Now here’s the cool thing; all of these systems have very unique pros and cons. Conversely, the high-threshold motor unit recruitment and joint strain that accompanies HIIT is like adding another weight training session, which can often drain the athlete's recovery capacity. Touches in even well conditioned ( i.e felt a bit guilty with that because I didnt feel fatigue... 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