If you are a runner, chances are that you want to run faster, easier and more effortless. Even after years of running we sometimes don't experience the desired improvements. The following article will help you gain some insights on how to train to achieve your goal!
Even enthusiastic runners often don’t reach their full potential because they underestimate the benefits of additional training: increased performance, reduction of pain, prevention of injury and faster recovery. But I can promise, the small investment of time will be worth it!
If you make the effort to lose weight, it’s smart to choose the most effective way. Nobody wants to invest incredible amounts of effort for just a mediocre effect.
Did you know that about 30% of your fitness comes from mobility? As much as we are focusing on our strength, endurance or sport specific techniques to improve our fitness, mobility always seems to be the poor neglected cousin.
In this video I walk you through a typical performance test with the aeroscan. The results of this test allow us to make recommendations to your training plan to enable you to train harder for longer as well as burning fat more efficiently. If you would like to know more, talk to me for a … Continue reading VIDEO: Peformance Testing gets you better results.
Smart people try to avoid training overload and they will - sooner or later - stumble upon calculations and rules of thumb regarding the maximum heart rate and calculation of their “individual” training zones. Let’s just stay real: it’s better to...
Burning body fat while exercising might be a huge motivation for you to start with any kind of endurance training. But if you go about it in the wrong way you will not get the desired result and investing any of your time and effort into your running will be demotivating.
Uncovering the secret of fat burning will add to your training success and you will not have to believe in all those strange body fat burning myths anymore.
For most people, buying running shoes is somehow similar to shop for fashion. They search for their favourite brand, choose a design and colour they like best and pick the right size. That’s it. But what if I tell you that you should never go for looks only when you buy "pink running shoes" because you could seriously harm your health?
About 15 years ago I used to hate running. I was always so tired afterwards, my legs were hurting. It was never easygoing and it didn`t give me any enjoyment. I assumed: Running is not my kind of sport. But suddenly it happened: