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Influence of Anti-group and Endurance Training on the Running Economy of Long-distance Runners and the Design and Application of Anti-group Training Scheme

Yuyu Sun, Zhengqiang Han


This paper reviews the current research literature and explains how impedance training on improving maximum
power and power output affects running economy, which is a key indicator of long-distance running. Studies have shown
that maximum, explosive and mixed strength training during endurance training can have a positive role in improving
running economy, but this improvement is easier to improve the performance of high-level long-distance runners. Among
them, the resistance training lasted 10 -13 weeks, training frequency 3-4 times / week, and high weight training replaced
low strength and multiple strength endurance training, which is more conducive to the promotion benefits of running
economy. To avoid the incompatibility between endurance and strength training during the same period, maximum
strength training and intense continuous running training are required to be at least 24 hours apart.


Simultaneous Training; Group Resistance Training; Running Economy; Long-distance Runner; Training Scheme Design

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v5i7.3807