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Periodization part 2: The build phase

Following on from our last blog on Periodization, here is part 2: The build phase. After around 12 weeks of base training, the time has now come to move to the build phase. The key difference between the base phase and the build phase is that in the build phase you are looking for race specific training sessions. I like to call it ‘specificy’. This is when we train like we are racing. This phase involves workouts to improve muscular endurance; the intensity is increased while focussing on sustained efforts at or above race pace. During this phase you would..  - Read More

How MET helps you lose weight or improve athletic performance

Whether you’re an athlete looking for an endurance or performance edge, or someone who has spent years unsuccessfully trying to shift stubborn kilos; Metabolic Efficiency Testing (MET) is a simple and effective process that uses science to help you reach your goals. The MET explained Metabolic Efficiency Testing (MET) includes Resting Metabolic Rate (RMR) and/or VO2 max and submaximal exercise testing. Simply put, RMR helps to determine how many calories you burn at rest (i.e. how many calories your body needs just to stay alive), while VO2 max reveals how many calories you burn at different exercise intensities/heart rates, and..  - Read More

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