In strength training, there are several methods that athletes need to follow; depending on their fitness level and their training goals.
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Strength exercises: an important part of any training plan. Coaches include them into the periodization model, all the way to the race day.
In trail running training, athletes train on the mountain, at the foot of a hill, on a beach or a meadow. A harsh routine, to say the least.
The triathlon training process is interesting and exciting, preventing psychological tiredness. But, how do you balance your training plan?
The 70.3 Ironman — or half-distance triathlon; participants compete in 3 different disciplines, making up a challenging kilometer distance!
How do Ironman bike workouts work? We’ve got some tips, but you should go with a training program, created by a specialized endurance coach.
Coaches use running cadence to monitor the performance & development of an athlete. Find your optimal running cadence with your coach’s help!
Smoother transitions in Triathlon are critical. Especially for elite triathletes. Even a few seconds can be enough get them disqualified.
All cyclists need to know their FTP and power training zones. This way, the coach can create a training program tailored to their needs!
The transition part of a triathlon is something that concerns all athletes; especially when it comes to the bike-to-run transition (T2).