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The term anaerobic comes from the physiological fact that the energy required is so rapid that oxygen is not used to make the power unlike a longer vo2 or threshold interval that is more aerobic.
They are less than one minute, as hard as you can go intervals. We prescribe them in 30 to 60 second interval lengths at intensities 120 - 150% of your threshold power - and/or as hard as you can all for all of them much like the way we prescribe VO2 intervals.
Be sure to listen to the end because Coach Frank also gives you some basic, intermediate and advanced level anaerobic interval workouts, pacing recommendations and what to look at in the power analysis.
5:00 - What is considered anaerobic?
7:00 - Examples of Zone 6 Anaerobic intervals
10:00 - Step-by-step guide for how to perform Anaerobic intervals
15:00 - Best practices for optimal intervals
19:00 - Things to avoid when performing your intervals
22:00 - Interval pacing
28:00 - Who needs to be doing anaerobic work?
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