Long-distance endurance cycling can be intimidating; but, there’s no reason why you can’t tackle a long ride, under your coach’s guidance.
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Athletes must endure cycling for a long time, without getting tired, be it training or race. This makes endurance cycling a very demanding sport.
Each endurance training method deals with a different adaptation to the body. Today, we’ll focus on speed; more specifically, hill sprints.
Training zones are important in endurance sports, throughout the training process. Let’s discuss heart rate zones & integrating them to training plans.
A cycling coach determines the intensity & duration for a workout, largely based on the athlete’s established training zones for cycling.
Hill workouts provide a dynamic training session that can bring benefits like power, strength, speed and injury prevention, when done right.
Hill training may seem intimidating at first, but it’s a great way to get exceptional results, improving an athlete’s cardiovascular fitness!
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.
You need to incorporate plyometric training in your athletes’ training programs. Let’s go through its benefits and why you need to use it.
Science is back to help us with our training plans and data analysis. Our new Plan Library, Dynamic plans & the FFF graph are finally here!