The complexity of training science requires the understanding and application of a coach with experience and knowledge to apply it. But probably the main question we should ask ourselves when we begin a preparation is:
Why do we train? How to measure intensity?
The most obvious answer would be that we intended to improve our conditioning, right? But how do we do that?
And how can we measure this improvement in our training?
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How can we measure our intensity and how and how can we get information about it in our trainings?
We need to understand the characteristics of each muscle fiber and how to train them to develop the best type of training for our athlete.
This may be the best definition of an athlete's training load ever. TSS (Training Stress Score), is the relationship between the athlete and his workload.
The Performance Management Chart (PMC) will help the athlete monitor fitness and fatigue, and ensure that their fitness and recovery have been sufficient to reach their goal for a particular competition.
These are just a few topics that every athlete should try to understand.
However, the complexity of training science requires the understanding and application of a trainer with experience and knowledge to apply it.
There is much talk today about the cadence among the modalities of triathlon. Do you know what this data means and how it affects your performance?
How do we know if our training is being effective? And what should we be watching so that we know we are on the right track?How to measure intensity?