Most runners understand what it’s like to “hit the wall”. It doesn’t matter if you’re a novice or seasoned campaigner, the effect is the same – your legs feel like lead weights and you can forget about having a spring in your step – you’ve run out of puff, or more correctly, glycogen.
Your training is designed to increase endurance but are you sure you’re getting the maximum benefit from all your training effort?
PureSport Workout and Recovery are scientifically designed to keep you optimally hydrated during and after training. More importantly, PureSport with its combination of carbohydrate and protein helps you maximise your energy reserves from the very start to the very end of your race or training session. By ensuring your body doesn’t go into glycogen debt, muscle fatigue is minimised and you can achieve your best performance.
We asked a number of sports professionals about improving performance in athletes. We focused on a few key areas which can be seen below.
- Describe how important fluid replacement is for you and/or your athletes during training and racing/match?
- Strength building – gym vs other sport specific resistance work?
- An example of your favourite training session?
- One tip to help an athlete prepare for a major race/race?
- When considering recovery for you or your athletes what is the major focus?
Click here for professional advice relating to these key questions.
Tried & Tested
Many athletes have included PureSport Workout and Recovery as an essential part of their training routine.
Click here to read what they have to say.
PureSport Usage Protocol
Each person is different, therefore these individual differences should be taken into consideration and all recommendations should be tested in training before using in a race, to determine exactly what combination works best for the athlete.
Click on the link below to view running usuage protocols:
By Rod Cedaro
We know that not all athletes have a personal coach so we thought we would share with you, a few training programs suited to different athlete levels and distances. Explore the links below to find out more.
Determining your heart rate intensity
We came across a few sites you may find useful. Explore a links below to find information relating to your sports group.