POST EVENT RECORDING NOW AVAILABLE: Sustainable Training for Attainable Endurance Goals Livestream
We are excited to now offer those that missed the Livestream event access to the sessions via a post event purchasable recording.
During the 3 hour Livestream acclaimed Sports Scientist Stephen Seiler (PhD) covers the following 4 sessions:
✅ Session 1: Intensity Distribution for long-term performance development
✅ Session 2: Interval training: Research and practical applications
✅ Session 3: Periodisation and Peaking
✅ Session 4: Training monitoring to support the process
✅ Q&A with Dr Stephen Seiler
- Live webinar including Q & A time
- Pdfs of all sessions
- A recorded copy of the Livestream
Webinar is ideal for:
- Coaches (all levels: junior to elite)
- Athletes (all levels-especially endurance athletes: runners, triathletes, rowers, cyclists, swimmers)
- Health and medical professionals (exercise physiologists, physiotherapists, sports physicians, specialists)
- Fitness professionals (personal trainers, strength & conditioning)
- Students (health, exercise, sports sciences)
Purchase the event recording below:
About Dr Stephen Seiler
Dr Stephen Seiler is an American Sports Scientist who now resides in Norway. Stephen has been the past Dean of Faculty of Health and Sports Sciences at the University of Agder in Norway, a former Research and Senior Consultant for the Norwegian Olympic Federation and an Executive Board Member of Directus for the European College of Sports Science. Stephen is acclaimed worldwide amongst Coaches, Researchers, Athletes and Health Professionals for his work into Optimising Endurance Training. Stephen is perhaps best known for his work on Polarised Training.
The Physical Performance Show
Dr Seiler’s Episode of The Physical Performance Show is to date the most downloaded Episode across what is now 200 Episodes. Dr Seiler outlines the evidence for going slow 80% of the time, the wisdom & physiological benefits of extending the duration of sessions, the concept of ‘biological durability’, viewing training over the number of sessions in a year, why how we structure the Zone 3 intensity workouts doesn’t seem to matter (rather collecting minutes in that Zone is what matters), how to structure a 12 week training program for optimal results.