The difference between Endurance vs High Intensity Intervals training is a time-honored debate. One that’s very important to the coaching world. But, why?
Both, continuous and interval endurance training methods can increase cardio-respiratory, metabolic functions and aerobic performance. Which one is best?
How can you make the most out of your training, both for your own workout and for your athletes. Do it with high intensity interval training, of course!
#Garminout just happened. Social media are flooded with questions. And, if a workout fails to synchronize to Garmin Connect, it didn’t happen! Now, what?
Endurance athletes lack availability to train and tend to skip their strength training. That’s where circuit training for endurance comes into the picture.
One of the most popular training goals in sports is the optimal development of aerobic endurance capacity. Let’s talk about endurance training; how it works
You are an Ironman! The most prestigious status in the world, for a triathlete. Powerful emotions here. But how do you make it into a lifestyle?
A periodization model, indeed! A series of unstructured workouts without a goal won’t lead to the desired performance levels. Want to learn how it’s done?
There is no average Joe when you want to train right. There’s a host of physiological and metabolic processes that every human body responds differently to.
Performing at your highest potential on a race day is, the most desirable goal coaches and their athletes wish for. And training software can help you do it