You’ve been told you need to train 15, 18 or even 20 hours a week to qualify for theIronman World Championships. Well, think twice.
Only once you’re able to relate a training program to specific physiological adaptations, you’re able to train in a true specific way and create a training program that targets the adaptation to match your individual goals.
Going sub-5 for the bike leg of an Ironman is a true milestone. Getting faster after this benchmark is clearly harder, but not impossible…if you know what limits your performance.
For INSCYD and team BORA – hansgrohe the first quarter of the year has been a blast.
Triathlon coach Joseph Spindler uses fat - and carbohydrate combustion rates to pace his athlete to a new personal best, sub-3h marathon.
Endurance sports most wanted metric
The most important performance metric you may have never heard about
Metabolic demands to win a sprint at the Tour de France