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Over the last ten years I was able to collect a decent amount of experience and knowledge on preparing athletes for their goals: through books, education, my own experience as an athlete, but mostly through each and everyone of you! Being very thankful for that, I decided to share this experience and knowledge with you. I choose topics that I consider highly important in the process of increasing performance and staying healthy at the same time.


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Why Recovery is Key

The definition of a recovery week is a period of time where you intentionally reduce the volume and/or intensity of your training. Typically, a recovery week will involve a 20-50% reduction in training volume. The reduction of intensity is questionable and a topic for further discussions and research.

On an anatomical and physiological level this is what happens during a recovery period and mostly during sleep (sleep is without a doubt the most important phase for recovery):...

Sprint Runner

Short intervals for long distance triathletes

Image by Alora Griffiths

Triathlon & Heavy Lifting- The divergence of opinions


8 min easy warm-up including


Deep Lunges (with UB forward & backward lean), Cossack Squats, Hamstring Sweeps, Crescent to Hamstring Stretches, RDLs with stretch arms

Blood Flow & Speed Intro:

Tapping, A Skips, C Skips, Straight Leg Bounds, Bounds into Sprint 3x100


8x1000m @ around 95 % of max HR (in other words - go all out), keep the pace, last km should be the fastest) - with 4 min REST 

3 min easy cool - down

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