Some refer to zone 3 training as sweet spot training while others call it the grey zone. This article reveals what zone 3 training is
Join Benjamin Tilus, National Champion Coach and Founder of XLR8 Performance Lab, as he demystifies the art of race preparation with the revolutionary “hourglass” model.
This transformative approach has been pivotal in securing the US National title and has the potential to redefine endurance training across sports.
Join us for this transformative session and equip yourself with the knowledge to elevate your coaching and training methodologies. Whether you’re an athlete, coach, or enthusiast, this webinar promises to offer invaluable insights into the future of race preparation. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to learn from the best in the field!
- Introduction to Race Preparation
- The Pyramidal Model: Strengths and Limitations
- Introduction to the Hourglass Model
- Case Study: US National Title Journey
- Tailoring Training to Metabolic Profiles
- Differentiating Aerobic and Anaerobic Athletes
- Q&A Session
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