Tag Archives: Endurance

24/04/2011 // INFO Leave a comment

Recent training and fitness blogs


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The recent hot and sunny weather in Northern Europe has been great for getting out on the bicycle. Coupled with longer days it has felt like mid summer rather than mid April. READ ON

16/04/2011 // INFO 2 Comments

The Endurance Coach: Eating low and training high

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Another guest blog for GGB from Marc Lathwaite, The Endurance Coach, www.theendurancecoach.com

Official guidelines in the 1990’s were unanimous in their recommendation of high carbohydrate intakes for athletes. This recommendation was to ensure adequate glycogen recovery on a daily basis (glycogen is the term given to carbohydrate stored in the liver and muscles). READ ON

14/04/2011 // INFO Leave a comment

Spinning out – with PT instructor Craig

PT Instructor Craig Bothwell

Hi again readers. Great to be back with you this month to aid your cycling requirements. Thank you for the fantastic response last month, I hope to keep up your support. This article has quite a few coaching tips to build power and endurance so you may want to print it off and take it with you to your gym! READ ON

20/03/2011 // INFO Leave a comment

The Endurance Coach – It’s all about damage limitation

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The following is a guest blog from Marc Lathwaite, The Endurance Coach, www.theendurancecoach.com

The term D.O.M.S. is used frequently within the world of endurance; it represents the ‘Delayed Onset of Muscle Soreness’. The name refers to the fact that sometimes you don’t actually feel the effects of a training session or race until the following day when you step out of bed. READ ON