The official measures required by the corona virus regarding social distancing currently make participation in competitions impossible. However, regular exercise and training are still recommended by experts. We know from experience how difficult it is to stay motivated for daily training when the clear training goal is missing. For this reason we at 2PEAK have created the “Social Distance Race Series”.
Swimming pools and the gyms are often closed. It is also currently recommended to stay home whenever possible. Therefore, we have compiled a few sports-specific exercises for your own four walls.
Currently, everyday life for most people is being shaken up. Depending on the country or region, the security measures taken affect daily life in different ways. One common measure taken is most countries have canceled or postponed all competitions in the near future. But what does this mean for your training and your training schedule? Here you will find help to adjust your training plan.
Those who have finished a marathon know the overwhelming emotions you get once you’ve crossed the finish line. However, in order for this to happen, the right nutrition is crucial and it helps you to run the 42.195km without cramps and without hitting the wall.
Some do it for aesthetic reasons, some for health reasons – losing weight. Especially in spring, people try to get rid of some extra kilos. Can running help? Yes, if you follow some simple rules!
In the late fall and winter, the risk of catching a viral infection increases substantially. Sports in cold weather, rooms with forced air heating, and coughing and sniffling people are just a couple of the contributing factors during this time of year. While, in the long run, regular aerobic exercise strengthens your immune system, in the short term, long or difficult workouts weaken your immune system and make you more susceptible to infections. With the following behavior and nutrition tips, you’ll help to keep yourself healthy throughout the winter.
Lactate is often loooked at as the main
performance limiting factor. But this has long since been scientifically proved wrong. 2PEAK has the facts on lactate and lactate diagnosis.
Power on the Bike
It is common for athletes to define their fitness by average speed. However, since speed depends on a number of external factors in both running and cycling, an objective value is needed to give a meaningful indication of fitness level: performance.
The Internet is full of different training plans with just as many training philosophies. At 2PEAK hard facts are the basis of your plan and a daily tailor-made training is the focus. There is only one optimal plan for you and your life situation – we want to find it. We outlined below using five 2PEAK functions that help us do this.