Philip Maffetone



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The Big Book of Endurance T...

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The Maffetone Method: The H...

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The Endurance Handbook: How...

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1:59: The Sub-Two-Hour Mara...

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In Fitness And In Health

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Million Dollar Marathon

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Training for Endurance

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Fix Your Feet: Build the Be...

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The Healthy Golfer

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“FOOD (single serving) Folate (mcg) Avocado 118 Spinach 263 Asparagus 243 Beets 136 Leaf lettuce 119 Lentils 358 Brussels sprouts 157 Broccoli 168 Green peas 94 Orange 54 Papaya 112 Turkey 486 Beef 221”
Philip Maffetone, The Endurance Handbook: How to Achieve Athletic Potential, Stay Healthy, and Get the Most Out of Your Body

“By measuring an athlete during all aspects of training, I made the important discovery that anaerobic stimulation, which can come from any anaerobic workout and any physical, chemical, or mental lifestyle stress, had the potential to interfere with the development of the aerobic system, thereby reducing endurance potential. An important aspect of building the aerobic base, I quickly learned, is that during this process, anaerobic training should be minimized—ideally eliminated—from the training schedule. And, athletes need to become more aware of how stress affects them.”
Philip Maffetone, The Big Book of Endurance Training and Racing

“An important rule is worth mentioning here again: Have fun in your workouts. They should be enjoyable and invigorating.”
Philip Maffetone, The Big Book of Health and Fitness



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