Fast Talk, ep. 14: Which is better, polarization or sweet spot?
Which is better, sweet spot or polarized training? To find out, we invited in proponents of each method and explain what they actually mean.
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The VeloNews Fast Talk podcast is your source for the best advice and most interesting insight on what it takes to become a better cyclist. Listen in as VeloNews columnist Trevor Connor and editor Caley Fretz discuss a range of topics, including training, physiology, technology, and more.
Which is better, sweet spot training or polarized training? To find out, we invited in proponents of each type of training — FasCat’s Frank Overton on the sweet spot side, and Boulder Center for Sports Medicine’s Ryan Kohler to advocate for a polarized model — and let them have at it.
Don’t know what Sweet Spot or polarized training are? Don’t worry, that’s covered first.
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