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The bottom line

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    Zachary B.
    Zachary B.

    What is the bottom line?at

    Rk S.
    Rk S.

    The bottom line:- First, understand what training does to your body - learn the physiology of the sport. A physiological analysis of your sport would be helpful! Know how your engine works. This will help you critically evaluate the disparate training ideas that are thrown your way. Next, examine and learn the biomechanical principles that must be obeyed for performance success. How do you maximise the efficiency of transfer of your engine power to performance velocity? There is no endurance sport that does not place a premium on good technique. Finally, keep a record of what you do! Use a notebook and pencil, or a fancy computer program; but make yourself accountable to both the training you do in pursuit of your performance goals, and the results. If you do this, eventually you will have arrived at your own personal prescription for success; built from solid general principles, but finetuned to your personal characteristics.

    Muhammad S.
    Muhammad S.

    What is the bottom line of training?

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