The Likely Physiology Behind INEOS 1:59 Project

When Eliud Kipchoge crossed the finish line of the  INEOS 1:59 Challenge  in Vienna, he not only ran a marathon in under two hours , but he also broke a boundary that people thought was the ultimate limit of human performance. How was such a performance possible? We have just considered the possible physiology behind the…

How INSCYD coach Flo Heck used INSCYD on himself

Whether you’re considering becoming a coach or are already an experienced coach, we honestly can’t imagine a better way to test our physiological software than by using it on yourself (as a coach) before using it on your athletes. That’s what coach Florian Heck, 28 years old from Tri2gether (Trier, Germany), did with INSCYD. INSCYD…

A high VO2max alone is not good enough!

You can have a VO2max well above 70ml/min/kg, but still perform below expectations. You could even find yourself having a low anaerobic threshold (or FTP) and a low FatMax. That is because a high VO2max alone is not good enough. Here’s an example of a professional cyclist. Swedish cyclist Hannes Bergström Frisk turned professional in…