Making It in Pro Cycling Is Full of Bias: EXPLOIT IT with Jens Voet & Prof Paul Laursen
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by Paul Laursen
1w ago
Listen to the episode now or find us on Spotify and Apple Podcasts. Show Notes There is ALREADY a rider BIAS in EVERY talent development program: you have in MOST CASES picked people because of how they are DOING RIGHT NOW. But you want to rather focus on FUTURE PERFORMANCE, which could be, and often is, different. When you are looking at athletes with LOTS of training history and work capacity, you might need to REARRANGE their training profile based on their PHENOTYPE – try to figure that out before just throwing random workouts at them. As you train, you become a BETTER FAT burner, so t ..read more
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Best Practice Supplementation Advice for Protein, Caffeine & Creatine – With Dr Jose Antonio & Prof Paul Laursen
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by Paul Laursen
1w ago
Listen to the episode now or find us on Spotify and Apple Podcasts. Show Notes Learn how to put the COOKIE jar into REACH! Aim to use EASY to understand EVERYDAY language – most people do not need to be impressed by your talking. If something works for “FIT” people, it is likely going to work on the average or even amateur SPORTS ATHLETES. Just because there is no ULTRA SPECIFIC study and data, it does not mean that it is not valid. Supplements are not just for pros. Actually, truly, you are likely to BENEFIT MORE if your food habits are not that dialed in.  The post Best Pr ..read more
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PRO CYCLIST to PRO TRAIL RUNNER as a PRO HEALTH athlete – with Christian Meier & Prof. Paul Laursen
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by Paul Laursen
3w ago
Listen to the episode now or find us on Spotify and Apple Podcasts. Show Notes Make sure to look after your health first – we do say that a lot, but there are heaps of FITNESS outputs you can gain by making sure you are NOT just all performance. Even maybe running a 5k without ever training for it. Eat an avocado or two sometimes (or different types of nutritious fats) – it is good for you ;). When you are trying to run in the MOUNTAINS, remember that there are ups AND DOWNS! You need to prepare for those with smart training tactics.  The post PRO CYCLIST to PRO TRAIL RUNNER ..read more
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How to Be the Performance Practitioner of the Future – With Dr Steve Ingham & Dr Martin Buchheit
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by Martin Buchheit
3w ago
Listen to the episode now or find us on Spotify and Apple Podcasts. Show Notes Trust, giving and receiving it, starts for many of us in sports with understanding that it is NOT about YOUR performance. It is about what can you give, what impact can you have, how can you help SOMEONE ELSE. You need to build credibility, reliability and closeness – these are the FACTORS that YOU completely control – whether you have heaps of experience or not. Start building out your PATHWAY by focusing on the WE and US – then write down WHAT you need to do, HOW you will do it, and finally WHY you are do ..read more
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Go Hard to Go Fast – New Age Sprint Training – With Prof. Dr. JB Morin & Dr Martin Buchheit
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by Martin Buchheit
1M ago
Listen to the episode now or find us on Spotify and Apple Podcasts. Show Notes If you want the MAX and RELIABLE values … you need to TEST THE MAX. You can only achieve so much with submaximal testing, particularly for force-velocity profiling.  Pelvic tilt, MAX speed and F0 when lifting weights are all NOT the same. Yes, maybe there is a minuscule relationship, but they can all show up differently within one individual. If you want what EACH metric is promising, TEST the metric APPROPRIATELY! Parachutes and light loads might NOT be specific to the part of the force-velocity profile yo ..read more
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How a Director of Performance Becomes Guardian Angle for Your Team & Coach – With James Bunce & Dr Martin Buchheit
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by Martin Buchheit
1M ago
Listen to the episode now or find us on Spotify and Apple Podcasts. Show Notes 1 . How can you help to PROTECT your coach? Think about what could be the most important part to their success, and support the build of it, like being in a mutual (MARRIED!) relationship. 2. Do NOT FEAR bringing the BAD news when it is absolutely necessary – this is part of your relationship building.  The post How a Director of Performance Becomes Guardian Angle for Your Team & Coach – With James Bunce & Dr Martin Buchheit appeared first on HiitScience ..read more
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Cycling Through Time: Svein Tuft on Longevity and Adventure
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by Paul Laursen
2M ago
Listen to the episode now or find us on Spotify and Apple Podcasts. Show Notes Believe it or not, but if you just make yourself some cycling “touring” plans, you will collect HEAPS of zone 2 hours.  You cannot live, train and compete off only 1 or 2 nutrient types. Macro or micro, it does not matter. The magic “balance” is overstated, but remains true. Even more, try to find flexibility and ADEQUATE fuelling when you are looking at your daily macros.  If you are ONLY RIDING and not doing anything else, you are likely MISSING out on stimuli for your body and mind in the long ..read more
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Secrets of FUSION Between GERMAN and ENGLISH Football Expertise – with Chris Domogalla & Dr Martin Buchheit
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by Martin Buchheit
2M ago
Listen to the episode now or find us on Spotify and Apple Podcasts. Show Notes Whether you are coming with a new coaching staff or by yourself as an individual, you need to LEVERAGE and RESPECT the knowledge, process and methods of the existing staff and players at any team. You play how you train. If you have staff and players committed to high quality training sessions, performed together when needed, as well as extra individual work when absolutely necessary, you will succeed. Combine this with open communication and this same productivity will appear where it matters most — your gam ..read more
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Beyond the Data: How Emotional Connections Power Olympic Wins – with Dr. Marco Cardinale & Prof Paul Laursen
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by Paul Laursen
2M ago
Listen to the episode now or find us on Spotify and Apple Podcasts. Show Notes Managing is COACHING. You have to try to get the best out of each of your people across an integrated multidisciplinary and international team. Putting all of that together, and moving the bus forward towards various goals is nothing more than a coaching challenge. Interdisciplinary work might be some of the MOST ESSENTIAL work experience you will ever have.  “Play” with the tools of your craft. Whether it is GPS sensors, power meters, continuous glucose monitors or anything else. You might even need t ..read more
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The COACH-STAFF-PLAYER Equilibrium in Basketball – with Frank Kuhn & Dr Martin Buchheit
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by Martin Buchheit
2M ago
Listen to the episode now or find us on Spotify and Apple Podcasts. Show Notes Coaches do not make “mistakes” on purpose about training design and implementation of specialists. It’s tough to balance all aspects that need work, and simple to lose sight of all the new things that might matter in your sport.  When you do not have any fancy tools for acquiring any type of data – you NEED to make space to get to know your players even better to learn how they are doing.  Train PEOPLE first – the same exercise, drill or session will be very different between various people. You n ..read more
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