Why did you want to get into what you have already? You were attracted to a certain job, sport, hobby by observing someone performing something and then thought “I’d like to give that a go”. You dipped your toe in, found you liked it somewhat and have not looked back since. Good for you.
The 2022 CrossFit Games has been completed. For the non-crossfiters of us, what did you think? What performances if any impressed you? What events and/or exercises would you incorporate into your own and/or clients training programmes?
It's not quite apparent how endurance gains work. One of the theories suggests that free fatty acids from adipose tissue or intramuscular fat storage can be mobilised to improve fat oxidation.
Sunday Fun Day are workouts that are out of the normal programming/routine that you may not be use to in your regular schedule. They're designed to put you out of your comfort zone. They're also designed to not effect what you would be training for on a regular basis
There are various different forms of aerobic endurance training programmes, each with its own set of parameters for frequency, intensity, duration, and progression. LSD (Long, Slow DistancePace/TempoIntervalHigh Intensity Interval TrainingFartlek
It may surprise some people that plyometric training can enhance endurance performance because it is typically linked to boosting speed and power. Plyometric training, for instance, does not raise lactate thresholds
It is commonly recognised that cutting back on training for a week or longer before a competition will increase endurance performance, performance during repeated sprinting intervals, and muscle strength and power.
Although it has been rather popular for endurance athletes to incorporate some type of altitude training or hypoxia exposure before competing at sea level, it is still uncertain whether this strategy enhances performance more than training at sea level alone.
It is inevitable that many athletes will need to fly across many time zones to compete in an international championship. Their typical circadian (24–27 hour) cycles will be thrown off as a consequence. This condition, also commonly known as Jet Lag... Subscribe to Open article.
Over the last two decades of mentoring Strength & Conditioning coaches, it's been clear that there is a gap in development for those coaches wanting to progress their career and 'know-how' to better serve themselves and their clients.