From my understanding Aerobic training is 20-40 mins plus of a lower heart rate . ( running , skating)continuously.
Anaerobic (Lactic & Lactic) are training intervals( 5-10 sec. & 25-60 sec) with a much higher percentage of maximum heart rate.Approx.
So , What is the proper training system for on ice training or practice's ?
What system is BAG skating training ? Any positive effects of bag skating scientifically ?
If most drills- games fall into the Anaerobic system , why do coaches allow players in a game to stay on the ice 1-2 mins.?
How is this affecting players performance from the beginning of the game and the end of the game ?
How often do you see young players stay on the ice for long periods of time early in a game ? What is the affect will this have on a player.?
Tom , Dean , Kai , Dave I'm sure could give you the scientific effect this will have when lactic acid builds up in the legs if these long shifts persist early in a game ?
Coaches yell at their players to skate hard , but when they have been on the ice for over one min. how is this possible ?
Any comments or up to date information on training these systems for better performance in a game ?