Are you embarking on an altitude training camp for the first time or training high above sea level? Keep the following factors in mind to ensure that the training has its desired effect.
Tired, sluggish and unmotivated – many people often feel exhausted and powerless during the day. A feeling as if the batteries were empty. The reason: energy thieves. They lurk everywhere in everyday life and rob us of our last bit of energy.
At the start of the season, you should have a lot of variation in your training. And not only the duration of training, but also the cadence and choice of gear ratio. This brings results!
The basic endurance run is often always completed in the same way, but still too slow to get faster. Here are some tips for a more variety to improve your training.
Training in pain is a part of life for many athletes. How can and should an athlete recognize and assess pain?
Preparation maximizes performance – this is particularly true when it comes to warming up. But how should you warm up for a high-intensity session?
Whether and how stretching has a positive effect on athletes is controversially discussed. The Benefits of stretching are unclear. Sports physician Roberto Llano* explains the most important points.
Sprints at the maximum performance limit are no walk in the park. But the effect is eye-catching: With high-intensity interval training, endurance athletes can not only become faster, but also increase their endurance.
These exercises will help cross-country skiers not only to go longer, but also smoother and faster in the short term.