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This is a short very comment on an exciting but neglected topic. The title of this paragraph I copied from the German triathlon magazine, edition "Training". I am again and again surprised how long it takes until such...
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Every muscle requires an impulse from the central nervous system for contraction. These stimuli determine how many muscle fibers are activated. You will be surprised to hear that the current state-of-knowledge has evidence that about 20% of the...
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Anybody who has to do with sports is familiar with the story of acidic muscles terminating exercise. Once the muscle has gone acidic – meaning it has slipped into an oxygen deficit – nothing can help resuming the...
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When hearing the word mechanics, it mostly evokes a feeling of clarity and science. Here and now we are going to trace down this clarity and its limits. Biomechanics – The best athletes are the most economic ones!...
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In the following I would like to discuss some of the different concepts on which a training plan can be based on. An individually adapted concept mix will most likely lead you to your performance goal. I want...
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How do we assess our bodily condition? How do we find out whether we are on the edge but safe and not in danger to tip over? How do we know whether we are under-challenged and when do...
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The training can be seen as a process of regular stimuli patterns applied to the body. This is at least how I define training and explain lots of phenomena accompanied with it, be they positive or negative. These...
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But how are they linked? Everybody who has experienced an infection knows the feeling of being ill. Not feeling well is accompanied with indisposition, fatigue, lassitude, headache, drowsiness, shiver, muscle and limb pain, lack of motivation, loss of...
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