Adaptation is the Big Endurance Goal

In endurance sports, once we add a pinch of ambition, we head towards a path of chasing improvement. Heart rate monitors, power meters, endless metrics and online tools. But what do we actually need to get better? Let’s dive into this.

Unleashing Your Untapped Potential

Being an athlete is not just about physical strength and endurance, it’s also about mental fortitude, resilience, and the ability to push through pain and adversity. But to truly reach our full potential as athletes, we must first discover our true inner selves.

How to Overcome Inertia when Starting or Continuing after a Set-Back

The truth is, there is no such thing as the perfect moment. It’s all about taking the next step in front of you and recognizing and embracing the current situation.
The earlier you accept that there is no perfect moment, the faster you can move on and start making progress towards your goals. The key is to focus on what you can control and take action, rather than waiting for some elusive, ideal moment. This means setting small, achievable goals and working towards them consistently. It means being mindful of your current abilities and challenges and adjusting your training and nutrition accordingly. It means being open to new experiences and challenges and embracing them as opportunities to grow and improve.

Indoor Cycling is the Perfect Addition to your Outdoor Training

With technological improvements, especially in the past 5 years, it has become much more feasible and even beneficial these days to add regular indoor cycling sessions into your training. Wondering how and why you could add a bit of indoor training into your life? Keep reading…

The Complete Athlete

Performing at your best and reaching your full potential…this seems too good to be true and something that is only withheld for pro athletes. It is not! Let me introduce you to the complete athlete. A step-by-step system that will help you improve your current situation and will allow you to unlock your full potential.

Longevity In Endurance Sports

Longevity in endurance sports ability to perform in your sport throughout your life span, all while feeling confident in the process that you are building over time rather than just managing injuries and exhaustion. At first sight, high performance and longevity seem to be opposites. Long hours of training, lots of wear and tear on the body, injuries. To achieve true high performance that lasts and enriches our life, you need consistency. But why do so many people struggle to achieve the consistency needed for longevity? A lot of it has to do with impatience, unnecessary pressure from within, movement patterns and stress. Let’s dive into the world of longevity.

What is the Full-Spectrum Approach for Endurance Sports?

At Full-Spectrum (FS) Endurance, we do things differently. We take an athlete’s whole life into consideration, not just training units. We know that being an athlete requires much more than just the workouts. Yet in traditional coaching, these other determining factors rarely receive the attention that’s needed to become a long-term successful athlete.

Fueling and the Full-Spectrum Approach

Most athletes know that good nutrition is essential for great performance and wellbeing. Yet there is still a lot of confusion. Sadly, a lot of that has to do with the fact that much of the information out there comes from studies sponsored by food manufactures or they are simply made up to sell more products. With the full spectrum approach, we look past supplement hype and focus on the individual needs of each athlete.

Performance and the Full-Spectrum Approach

Workouts are only one piece of the puzzle. Working out hard every day without eating right, without load management, and without stress management will not improve your performance. Not considering all factors that affect adaptation will hinder you in reaching your full potential, no matter whether you are aiming for life fitness or a world record.

Do I Need a Triathlon Coach to Unlock my Full Potential?

There is rarely a thing triathletes can’t do. From early-bird sessions to racing in brutal conditions, triathletes are tough. In addition, they have to deal with many variables in life. Family, friends, job, swim training, bike training, run training, nutrition, strength training, and sleep. This is a lot and hats off to everyone who doesn’t …

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