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.
Whether you are a beginner, intermediate or experienced runner, the million dollar question is how often should you run? The answer is, it depends. Unfortunately the answer is not as simple as a number of hours or days. Here are some tips on how to figure out what the right amount of training is for you.
World tour cyclists and professional triathletes famously train as much as 30+ hours per week but what is the right amount of training for us mere mortals. Whether you are a beginner, intermediate or experienced athlete, deciding how often should you train can be difficult. There is no one size fits all answer but regardless of experience, here are some of the most important things to consider when determining the volume in your training.
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.
A sports massage can give the athlete a boost before a competition or help them recover afterwards. Used regularly, it enhances performance.
The first step in logging your training to 2PEAK is to connect your device to 2PEAK. You can connect your watch, Power meter, bike computer or other training platforms to 2PEAK so that your training data is considered when building the best plan for you. Step by step instructions to connect a device are as follows:
2PEAK has a new product manager to help lead the future development of the program. We caught up with him quickly to see what his ideas for the future of 2PEAK.
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