In this video we take a look at Beetroot Juice and how this improves your performance. If you have any questions you would like answered in future videos please let me know by sending me a message at the bottom of this page. Check out part 2 here How to use Beetroot to improve your performance
Welcome to the twelfth edition of Whiteboard Wednesday. In this video we take a look at where all endurance athletes can start when it comes to strength training. If you have any questions you would like answered in future videos please let me know by sending me a message at the bottom of this page.
Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different outcome. This is how most people approach their training. If you truly want to improve and move forward with your training you need to change the things that are not working and keep the things that are. The only way you can know what is and is not working is to sit down and review your past training. Will you be part of the insane 90% or are you serious about improving?
This article was first published in the New Zealand Triathlon and Multisport magazine. Cyclists and runners have been using cadence or stride rate to aid their training for many years. By controlling cadence specific training outcomes can be gained such as, big gear bike efforts at a low cadence to help develop strength or maintaining a high cadence on long climbs to evenly balance the physiological load across the muscular and cardiovascular system. To use cadence effectivel
This article was first published in the New Zealand Triathlon and Multisport magazine. In the last ‘Science of Endurance’ article I introduced the Vaaka Kayak Cadence Sensor and talked with one of the designers about the history behind it. In this article I will outline some practical guidelines for how the Vaaka sensor can be integrated into your training and racing to improve performance. Training intensity Intensity or how ‘hard’ you train is one of the most important comp
The terms, quality and junk training get used a lot. But what is a quality session and what is a junk session? High Intensity Interval Training sessions can be junk and Long Slow Distance can be quality. Start taking advantage of High Intensity Interval Training and fast track your performance. Need more structure and specific advice to Train Smarter? Check out these training plans. VIEW HERE TIME SAVER CYCLING PLAN #highintensityintervaltraining #hiit #training #video #plann