Training Process Optimisation

To reach a destination you have to choose a way to get there. In sports terms this path is called training process. It has to take you to your destination, to your end goal and it has to take you there in the shortest time as possible.

There are so many ways on how things can be done. It is the same in all areas of our lives. We can walk, use public transport, ride a bike or use a car to get to work. In the training process we have a huge variety of different training methods to choose from. And not only that, training process consists of vast amount of things. From nutrition, strength training and all the way to a small things like the way how a knot is tied on a sailboat. Everything counts in the end.

We are here to question everything we see and try to improve your practice. We are not there to say that you are doing something completely wrong, but instead provide you with recommended improvements that you can implement into your daily routine.

Some call this approach an approach of marginal gains and we have to agree that this phrase is a great one. In the end of a match, a game or any competition there is a small difference between winning or losing. Sometimes its a mere millimeter or millisecond. And that’s when small things matter!


What will we do?

  • Critique your training process
  • Offer you room for improvement
  • Find redundant elements in the training process
  • Offer you ideas to try something new, something different, something that has not been done before
  • Improve the confidence in your training regimen
  • Make sure you are doing things right!
Heat acclimation

Environmental physiology

Competitions take place in all parts of the world, including in high mountains, in extreme cold and extremely hot environment. This presents a huge stress to the body and could negatively impact performance. There are numerous studies looking into this and a lot to be learned from.

Heat acclimation

One of the most well investigated approaches in the recent decade has been heat acclimation. it has been undoubtedly shown that to perform well in hot and humid environment athletes have to previously get acclimated. Furthermore, there is promising evidence that heat acclimation might be beneficial even for training in normal environment or at the altitude. We have an expertise to help you with the most suitable heat acclimation protocol for your needs.


Altitude acclimation

It has been thought for years that to perform well at the altitude one needs to get sufficient exposure of conditions of reduced oxygen availability to prepare the body for the efforts at the altitude. Although efficacy of such approaches have been questioned in the scientific literature, we have an expertise to give you an advice and develop the best strategy about structuring the training in hypoxia (i.e. at altitude or simulated altitude) to achieve desired goals.

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