High intensity training

Strength and endurance – can you master both at...

in High intensity training

For hundreds of thousands of years, humans have evolved to be either as strong or as tireless as possible, but not both. As Keith Baar explains, however, recent science has provided clues as to how to legally move past the obstacles that evolution put in the way of developing both strength and endurance  Traditionally, the... MORE

Maximising the anabolic response to training

in High intensity training, Recovery nutrition, Recovery strategies, Strength, conditioning and flexibility

Nick Tiller presents six evidence-driven but seldom practised methods by which athletes can promote the anabolic process to maximise training adaptation, promote recovery and improve athletic performance. Anabolism is considered to be any state in which nitrogen is retained in lean body mass, and can occur via the stimulation of protein synthesis in the muscle... MORE


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