overdistance training

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Training over a distance greater than the competition distance, but at a slower than race pace. over-distance training is thought to improve fat metabolism, enabling a competitor to use fat stores more efficiently during competition. This would spare muscle glycogen and delay the onset of fatigue.

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.

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