In this Episode 

- Over training: 2:07

  • Over training is actually quite hard to research as it takes a long time to develop and it is also not overly ethical to put healthy people in to an over trained state

  • Over training is very multi factorial - there and many different factors that feed into the over training equation

  • Functional over reaching is a normal part of a well planned training programme when it is matched with adequate recovery

  • You need to take a break from the training load that is causing the problem

  • For many endurance athletes it is the high aerobic load that causes an imbalance in your stress hormonal.

  • Ease back and make sure you keep your heart rate or power down

  • Sleep is key. If you are in an over trained state it is likely that you are not sleeping well

  • Sleep is when your body repairs itself  and balances out our stress hormones

  • It is no real surprise that nature helps reduces your stress levels. Get out in nature while you are not smashing yourself

  • Get a different training stimulus. If you do a lot of huffing and puffing like all endurance athletes do, think about doing less huffing and puffing and more...grunting, strength training helps boost your anabolic hormones

  • If you think you have got over training syndrome you probably do

  • It's a good time to get a nutritionist on board to have a third party look at what is going into your mouth

 

- Mind set and positive thinking:16:07

  • The cool thing about the human brain is that we get to choose how we respond in any given situation. It is your choice in that moment

  • How do you think about hills? Do you hate them because they are hard or do you see them as an opportunity to use the hills to make you better

  • Mind set is all about setting your mind in the course you want it to be. If you are having a bad day you can change that in an instance with your mind set

  • If you don't like something change it. If you can't change it, change the way you think about it

  • It is very detrimental to our health to be angry all of the time. We get to pick if we spread positivity or negativity

  • We all know an angry Andy

  • Even if you don't have a good race you can still get something out of it as long as you look it in a positive way

  • Control your reactions and choose how you want your interactions with friends and family

 

- Training Plan Sneak Peek: 32:04

 

- Quick Tip: Banded side stepping: 34: 26

  • Putting the band around your feet rather than your ankles creates more glute activation

  • This is what I like about science, there is always new research coming out that helps you refine what you are doing

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Contact

If you have any questions or would like help taking your performance to the next level please contact Matty Graham below.

 

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