Where to start with the Performance Temple
Welcome to the 23rd edition of Whiteboard Wednesday. In this weeks Whiteboard Wednesday we take a look at how to integrate the principles outlined in the performance temple to maximise your training. Get your FREE Performance Temple introduction HERE #training #recovery #nutrition #planning #video #wbw
Was Arthur Lydiard Wrong?
This article was first pulished in the NZ Triathlon and Multisport Magazine (May 2014) Arthur Lydiard, is one of those people who make me proud to call myself a New Zealander. Without Lydiard and his pioneering ways I doubt New Zealand would have the amazing endurance following that it does now with not only running but all of the other endurance sports. I also believe that I would not have found my love of endurance that has lead me to where I am today. Without his coaching
Is High Intensity Interval Training JUNK Training?
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
VO2max and Anaerobic Threshold
In this video we take a look at VO2max and Anaerobic Threshold which are terms that are often talked about and you will often see them used in training programmes descriptions. So understanding what they mean is important. 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. #vo2max #threshold #anaerobic #training #video #planning
Active Recovery: Are you doing it right?
Recovery is one of the most important training principles, yet it is the one that endurance athletes tend to neglect the most (Check out this video to find out more on recovery). Endurance athletes usually have very strong work ethics. Many get caught up and think that the more mileage they do the faster, stronger and fitter they will become. Unfortunately or fortunately (depending how many hours in the day you have to train) his is simply not the case. If it was, there would
In this video we explore the different ways of periodising your micro-cycles depending on who you are and the other things you have going on in your life. If you have any questions you would like answered in future videos please let me know. #training #microcycles #planning #wbw
Training for a 1100 km MTB Race
I have had a lot of questions about my training and preparation for the Great Southern Brevet. In this article I thought I would open up and lay it all out there so you could see the training or lack of training that I did. Lining up for the Great Southern Brevet I was nervous to see how my training had prepared me for this demanding 1100 km event. I had been quite limited with my training, juggling my coaching load, day to day running of Exponential Performance Coaching and