Strength training is a good complement to endurance sports. Cyclists and triathletes accept now that it is an important part of training. Here we explain how to set up a program of strength training for cyclists and triathletes.
Following the triumph of “functional training” in the fitness scene, the term has once again become a topic of conversation, not least due to the Corona pandemic. But what does “functional training” mean – and what can endurance athletes learn from it?
Everyone needs strength, that’s clear. But should you train strength on the machines, with free weights or with your own body weight? An overview of the different options.
Targeted strength training is crucial in competitive sports, but it also has its place in health and fitness training. Opinions differ on the type of “correct” strength training. Should you use free weights or machines?
Training a variety of different sports can improve your overall health and individual performance. Incorporating a wider variety of movement patterns in your training is proven to be beneficial, but how exactly should you do this? The 2PEAK multisport function can help optimize your training in multiple sports.
Extra training for swimmers: shoulder, chest and arm muscles can be trained well in the weight room. We explain what to look out for during training.
How did professional runner Viktor Röthlin design his strength training? Which muscle groups should marathon runners pay special attention to?
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.