Dr Ibrahim Akubat - Show Notes

In this episode Ibrahim Akubat and I discuss internal training load from a historical perspective and how to optimise the use of TRIMP. Iby is currently the course leader for the BSc sport and exercise science course at Newham University and also plays an active role in BASES as the CPD representative for the Sport & Performance Division. Iby runs a useful website on training impulse with lots of useful resources http://www.trainingimpulse.com/.

Further Reading:

The relationship between heart rate and oxygen uptake during non-steady state exercise

Interval training at 95% and 100% of the velocity at VO2 max: effects on aerobic physiological indexes and running performance

Dose-response relationship of autonomic nervous system responses to individualized training impulse in marathon runners

Variable dose-response relationship between exercise training and performance.

Physiological assessment of aerobic training in soccer

The physiology of soccer--with special reference to intense intermittent exercise.

Impact of training intensity distribution on performance in endurance athletes

Intervals, thresholds, and long slow distance: the role of intensity and duration in endurance training

A comparison of methods used for quantifying internal training load in women soccer players

Perceived exertion related to heart rate and blood lactate during arm and leg exercise

Monitoring load, recovery, and performance in young elite soccer players

Athletic performance in relation to training load.

Relationships between training load, injury, and fitness in sub-elite collision sport athletes

Intermittent exercise alters the heart rate–blood lactate relationship used for calculating the training impulse (TRIMP) in team sport players

A modified TRIMP to quantify the in-season training load of team sport players

Physiological assessment of aerobic training in soccer

Methods of monitoring the training and match load and their relationship to changes in fitness in professional youth soccer players

Validity of heart rate as an indicator of aerobic demand during soccer activities in amateur soccer players

Matched dose interval and continuous exercise training induce similar cardiorespiratory and metabolic adaptations in patients with heart failure

Getting in contact with Iby:

Email: Ibrahim.Akubat@newman.ac.uk

Twitter: @Trainingimpulse

RG: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Ibrahim_Akubat2/research

Web: http://www.trainingimpulse.com/