A Christian Guide to Body Stewardship, Diet and Exercise

95 Chapter 5: Training for Endurance Key Terms: Aerobic metabolism Interval training Phosphagen system Adenosine triphosphate Lactate Pyruvate Anaerobic metabolism Lactate threshold Rate of perceived exertion APMHR equation Long slow distance training Road-running shoe Cardiovascular fitness Maximal lactate steady state Stability shoe Creatine phosphate Maximum heart rate Talk test Cross-training shoe Motion control shoe Trail-running shoe Exercise economy Muscle fiber type Treadmill tempo run Fartlek training Neutral shoe VO2max Glycolysis Oxidative system Work:Rest ratio High-intensity interval training Pace / tempo training Zero-drop shoe Learning Objectives: • Recognize the importance of cardiovascular health and the three basic energy systems used to replenish levels of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) • Define VO2max, lactate threshold, muscle fiber type and exercise economy and describe how each relates to endurance performance • List the five types of endurance training and discuss some of the physiological benefits associated with each • Define rate of perceived exertion (RPE) and the Talk Test and describe how they relate to MHR • List the different types of running shoes and discuss techniques for selecting a running shoe