The secret to getting fit is understanding how to train, and how this training affects your body.
Training Basics – Part 1
- What exactly is endurance? How can I improve mine?
- I want to know how good my endurance is. How can I find out?
- Where does the body get energy for endurance sports?
- What’s the better way to improve: Less weight or more training?
- Can I become an endurance athlete if my training is always the same?
Training Basics – Part 2
- What should I watch for when increasing my training?
- Can I train every day?
- How quickly can I increase the load?
- How quickly will I see results?
- I’m really keen to train. Should I always have a recovery period?
- Should I go all out at every training session?
- At what point does training become endurance training?
Training Basics – Part 3
- Why do I need a heart rate monitor?
- So what does maximum heart rate mean?
- How can I determine what my maximum heart rate is?
- What about the MHR formula of 220 minus your age?
- What heart rate should I train at?
- Is heart rate dependent on the type of sport?
Training Basics – Part 4
- Could running out of breath be a sign of poor breathing technique?
- Is the metabolic training range only useful for overweight people?
- What’s resting heart rate and how do I measure it?
- What is interval training and how do I do it correctly?
- Is sweating a sign that you’re in bad shape?
- What should I pay attention to when breathing?
- I don’t want to lose any more weight. How much should I train?
Training Basics – Part 5
- Can I build up muscle through endurance sport?
- Why do overweight people run out of breath so quickly?
- I’m allergic to pollen. Could outside sports be a problem?
- Can I train when I have a cold?
- I’m not improving. What should I do?
- How can I best combine endurance training and strength training?
- What is the main difference between a professional and an amateur athlete?
Training Basics – Part 6
- What sport is good for back problems?
- Why is strength so important for endurance sports?
- What causes a stitch and how do I avoid getting one?
- Is endurance sport only for runners, cyclists and swimmers?
- What muscle problems can occur with endurance sports and what can I do?
- How do I know if I’ve trained too much?