Short Interval Blocks for Endurance Athletes by Stephen Seiler

Stephen Seiler (one of my favourite endurance researchers) recently made three-part video series on the topic of short intervals (e.g. 30:30, 30:15, 15:30) for endurance athletes and I wanted to re-share them here. The video series provide great overview of the research done using these short intervals as well as Stephen’s own interpretations and suggestion. Enjoy the watch!

Video 1

Video 2

Video 3

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