Blog

RSS
HMB - the most effective recovery trigger?

HMB - the most effective recovery trigger?

The endurance training differs from other types of sports activity primarily by the way the body reacts to the increased load. While exercising with weights one first detects a change in the volume of the muscle itself, in endurance activity...

Read now
WHAT IS PREVENTING YOU FROM LOSING FAT?

WHAT IS PREVENTING YOU FROM LOSING FAT?

The loss of fat is a multi-faceted process, which is all too often reduced to two claims. Firstly, we say that things are clear, as it is necessary either to eat less or to train more. Second, things are even...

Read now
Test and zone setting in cycling

Test and zone setting in cycling

Testing a cyclist is the first and most important step towards a well-designed training over the winter. Regardless of the successes in the past year, the test will clearly show us the degree of readiness - so we can adjust...

Read now
ultra distance riders

7 Tips For Training For Ultra Distance Rides

You may have ridden centuries but riding long distances is a totally different ball game. Can you do 200KM rides? That's 124 Miles for all our Brits. What about double centuries in Miles? These types of distance rides, or ultra...

Read now
KEY SUPPLEMENTS FOR ENDURANCE: VO2MAX (4/5)

KEY SUPPLEMENTS FOR ENDURANCE: VO2MAX (4/5)

The VO2max term is familiar to every endurance athlete - or at least they know that it must be as high as possible. This is the maximum oxygen consumption in the body, i.e., a kind of aerobic ability that the...

Read now
KEY SUPPLEMENTS FOR ENDURANCE: RECOVERY (2/5)

KEY SUPPLEMENTS FOR ENDURANCE: RECOVERY (2/5)

In the previous article, we clarified the importance of energy and the replacement of minerals after a demanding training session. We've already finished the training, now it's time for regeneration. This means that we need to get enough rest and...

Read now