Overtraining, stress, infection or cardiac arrhythmia – your resting heart rate can provide the first clues. That’s why it makes sense to understand your resting heart rate.
Although you have consistently followed through with your training program over the last few months, are you in a complete hole and can’t get going again? What to do to get back into the swing of things?
What is a 2PEAK smart training? Smart Training is meant to help you, to work on your deficits and to get you to your individual, optimal form. Here is how smart trainings work.
Very few people are really aware of how many or, depending on the situation, how few kilocalories we burn every day and how much energy we need in the form of food. Although sport is an essential factor for effective weight control, it is often overestimated in terms of calorie consumption.
Sports involve prolonged exposure to the sun, especially as summer approaches. How should you behave to avoid burning, and what are the specifics to consider when it comes to sunscreens? We asked Dr. Christian Surber (Doctor of Dermatopharmacology and Hospital Pharmacology) to clarify some aspects regarding sun protection and sport. These are the top 10 things to keep in mind when you go out in the sun.
You hear about the ” glide phase” again and again. What exactly is it all about? Which swimmers benefit, who is better off leaving it alone?
Stiff muscles in the upper arms on long runs? Tips and tricks for relaxed arm work.
Cycling is probably one of the most underestimated sports. A good cyclist with an economical pedaling motion is not a given, but the result of years of training. Even amateur cyclists should be aware of this fact. Here are 10 tips for better cycling.
In the peak of summer it can be impossible to avoid the heat. Even the coldest time of day can be hot. Training in the heat can be uncomfortable but beneficial. Here are 5 of the most important things to consider while training in the heat.
A good bike fit analysis is all about setting the athlete up perfectly for their training and/or competition requirements