I’m a 1b : explosive/ex-sprinter (11.3 at 17), lactate intolerant (headaches and days to recover after intervals with short rests), problem to stick to one program… I read your post where you write that the 1b should do alactic sprints for cardio.
Neverthless, maybe its sounds strange, I like to do very easy LISS (long-steady distance), even if I’m bad at it (very slow, some 6:30min/km pace). I hated LISS when I was in high school, but now in my middle thirties, I like it because I feel good after doing it and it helps to maintain a low bodyfat. I know that LISS is also very good for AMPK and mitochondria. Purely anaerobic training seems not to be the best idead for longevity. I seem to like the two opposite of the spectrum explosivness (good at it) and slow endurance (bad at it), and hating and avoiding the middle zone of lactic acid and other HIIT/crossfit nonsense(for me).
My question is: would doing LISS cardio be bad for me? Physiologically speaking as a fast-twitch guy. I don’t want to hear "Do what you like"In which context did you recommend alactic sprint only and to avoid LSD?