The importance of having a goal may seem irrelevant at first, but once you start to train you understand why. When I first started my training this year I didn’t have a goal and after the first few weeks of enjoying the progress, I started to loose focus and motivation towards my training.
This workout will develop your top end VO2 Max power. Enhancing your VO2 Max will pay dividends with your training by building your top end ability. This is a perfect workout for road cyclists, as well as Mountain Bikers and triathletes (particularly draft-legal triathletes).
Hi Blog Followers – Job Done! Challenge # 1 was a challenge of climbing the 7 Highest Peaks of the Desert using the Gym Jacobs Ladder, 194,914 feet or steps with built in resistance, but hey, why not round it…
I’ve been talking and thinking a lot about training, how my training is going and how I can improve it. I talk a lot about consistency about sessions, my training and highs and lows of weeks. I have big ambitions…
Utilising paddles and a pull buoy into your training will bring about some great enhancements in strength and efficiencies, if they aren’t over used. This session is perfect for Ironman and Olympic distance triathletes or people doing longer Ocean Swims.
Friday Fartlek Run: Clatter’s Speed Booster
In yesterday’s Clatter’s Chatter, Luke Clatworthy wrote about how he wants to work on his ability to hold a faster pace for longer & extra boost for the end of the race to overtake people at the finish. Although not designed for him, as I don’t have another suitable name for it I’m calling it Clatter’s Speed Booster. This session is perfect to develop these traits and great for runners and triathletes running events up to Half Marathon in distance.