But, they did not do anything beyond measuring technique changed. They did not also measure any performance metrics so nothing can be surmised from these studies other than it is possible to change technique.CoachFergie said:Classic.
Both Bohm and Fernandez-Pena showed that the experimental group developed a different pedalling technique.
Gibala's work http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16825308 has essentially nothing to do with racing performance as it was done in "active" men. Further, all it did was show two methods resulted in equivalent results. So, you fail in your effort to address the question I asked. ("Point me to a single study done by independent researchers that has been subsequently independently confirmed showing significant improvement in any of the areas mentioned above compared to alternatives")Gibala compared a group performing 12-16mins of Short Interval Training over a 2 week period and saw a 100% increase in performance in a test to exhaustion.
No.Does that mean with 10,000 hours of SIT one could expect a 5 Million percent improvement in performance