How do you know if you're following the right training program?
Strength For Endurance Podcast
by Kriss Hendy
1w ago
Whichever coach or program you’re following, one thing is for certain - what works for someone else might not work for you. Even if you are seemingly similar athletes in terms of ability and fitness, your personal thresholds and life demands will likely be different and therefore you will respond differently to the overall training load. Listen in as Kriss discusses the things to look out for when asking yourself ‘am I following the best training program for me?' 01:55 Identifying the Right Program for You 03:09 Understanding Training Load Management 08:14 Establishing Your Baseline 09:32 Cust ..read more
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What’s the biggest threat to your endurance lifestyle?
Strength For Endurance Podcast
by Kriss Hendy
2w ago
For those of us who like to compete and race, there are an equal number of us who just love to live the endurance lifestyle. Either way, whether you’re competing against others or against yourself, ultimately your passion for adventure is your biggest driver. So when your lifetstyle is threatened by injury, poor health or any kind of setback it can be pretty devastating. Today Kriss talks about protecting yourself against your biggest (and most of the time, avoidable) risk. 01:21 Welcome to the Strength for Endurance Podcast 02:04 The Journey of Overcoming Injury and Rediscovering Strength 08 ..read more
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How to navigate training for a 200kg Deadlift and Epona 100 miler at the same time (Client Hotseat)
Strength For Endurance Podcast
by Kriss Hendy
3w ago
The term 'hybrid athlete' can get thrown around alot, but when it comes to endurance events SFE client Ben is a great example of the complexity of navigating both maximal strength and maximal endurance goals. Ben came to us at Strength For Endurance earlier in the year with the goal of achieving a deadlift PB of 200kg, but had also booked in Ride London 100 and Epona 100 Ultra (100mile trail race across 14,000 ft elevation) within just a few months of one another. The complexity of combining these types of goals takes a great deal of skill and experience as well as constant feedback and accoun ..read more
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Are AI apps the future for endurance performance?
Strength For Endurance Podcast
by Kriss Hendy
1M ago
AI is now more widely available than ever, (whether you’re aware of it or not!) There are more apps and wearables than ever before, giving us more data and providing us with affordable and accessible training options. However the complexity of working with humans is still dramatically being underserved. Join Kriss as he discusses whether AI has a future within endurance coaching. Join our SFE Inner Circle to receive weekly 5 minute masterclasses and top coaching tips ? https://www.strengthforendurance.com/sfe-inner-circle (01:56) The Debate: AI and Training Apps vs. Individualized Coaching (03 ..read more
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Why your injury rehab or strength program isn't working
Strength For Endurance Podcast
by Kriss Hendy
1M ago
Whether it’s getting over an injury or seeing the benefits of strength training in your swim, bike or run performance, it can be frustrating when you’re not seeing improvements. From experience, there are a few key reasons why this is happening and you’re understandably losing faith in the process. Listen in as Kriss pinpoints the key things you need to be considering and what you can do to start seeing some progress. Join our SFE Inner Circle to receive weekly 5 minute masterclasses and top coaching tips ? https://www.strengthforendurance.com/sfe-inner-circle 01:57 The Problem with Traditiona ..read more
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5 Key Lessons I Learnt As A 19yr Old
Strength For Endurance Podcast
by Kriss Hendy
1M ago
When we reflect, there are milestone moments for all of us that have potentially affected the course of our lives. From a coaching perspective, it was some of Kriss’s earlier job roles and experiences that had a big impact on the work he does today. Whether you’re a budding coach or curious athlete listen in to hear where he was at the tender age of 19 and the 5 key things that would shape his minset, career and the coaching philosophy behind Strength For Endurance. Join our SFE Inner Circle to receive weekly 5 minute masterclasses and top coaching tips ? https://www.strengthforendurance.com/s ..read more
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Bone Stress Injuries - The Unspoken Truths
Strength For Endurance Podcast
by Kriss Hendy
1M ago
Chances are we all know someone who has had a bone stress injury. Whether it be a bone stress reaction or a full on stress fracture, these issues are becoming more and more prevelant within endurance sport as individuals push their bodies to the brink of physical endurance. The science behind bone stress injuries is all well and good, but this knowledge doean’t seems to be reducing the prevelance of the injuries occurring. This is due to the confrunting conversations that aren’t being had and that often these types of injuries are based upon lack of education and a poor relationship with high ..read more
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Using James Clear's 'Atomic Habits' for your Endurance Performance
Strength For Endurance Podcast
by Kriss Hendy
2M ago
Made famous by James Clear (if you haven't read his book Atomic Habits yet then it's a must), habit forming and stacking habits is a sure fire way of improving performance. The very best performers and athlete, even if they are reamaining injury free all have great habits, routines and practices in places. However these behaviours weren’t all formed over night, they may have started with one or two good behaviours and this is where you can potentially start too, tune in to identify where you could start to make some little changes that could have big benefits down the line. 00:02 The Power of ..read more
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When nice coaching becomes negligent
Strength For Endurance Podcast
by Kriss Hendy
2M ago
Your coach athlete relationship is one of great importance and many of you will be lucky to have coaches who you trust, enjoy working with and who you build a strong friendship with. The emotional highs and lows of endurance sport and the shared pursuit of adventure, it’s no surprise that we put our training in the hands of people we like and who understand us. However it might be time to stop and have a think…Does your coach program what you want or what you need? Does your coach have the physiological understanding and experience around what you are asking of your body? Does you coach ask yo ..read more
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Awareness of 'accumulative load' when it comes to your training
Strength For Endurance Podcast
by Kriss Hendy
2M ago
Any training program will have it's highs and lows, there will be sessions where you feel great and others where you feel terrible. But the skill comes in not dwelling upon these sessions but rather having the ability to identify external factors that may have contributed to you feeling a particular way. Work, sleep, food and lifestyle stress can all have a huge impact on our ability to train optimally. Kriss shares his own personal experience in todays episode, and highlights how a week of inconsistent behaviour and abnormal activity impacted his own training progress. 00:44 The Importance of ..read more
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