Talking the Central Governor and execution control with Bobby McGee
Speedy video post today, amidst movements and papers and other work. A couple of months back, I was in Boulder, Colorado, for a couple of days, and as may be 'compulsory' when there, went through a couple of days with mentor Bobby McGee, one of the more curious and animating personalities in the continuance sports.
He delivered the recordings underneath, in which I speak first about the Central Governor idea, clarifying why I avoided the word, and what everything implied (and didn't mean).
In the second video, I talk lactate myths and speculations.
They've short, just fillers truly, thus for additional on these ideas, especially the expectant direction of activity, here are a few articles and research papers you might be occupied with:
Late Science of Sport article on pacing and weariness, in light of the 2013 London Marathon
Article in the British Journal of Sports Medicine clarifying a model for expectant control (Tucker 2009)
Another I distributed in the British Journal of Sports Medicine article on pacing and what it implies for physiology (Tucker and Noakes, 2009)
A current audit from Zig St Clair Gibson on the activity 'disappointment' and its suggestions for execution direction (St Clair Gibson et al 2013)