How often have you put in a hard morning workout and then found yourself functioning at less than full mental capacity at work afterward? Or, have you ever done a late afternoon or evening training session and found yourself struggling to wind down for bed before 1AM? We developed our Nano CBD Drops to help athletes better handle both of these scenarios.
Those who’ve been following Brittany Warly’s athletic career as she advances toward the highest level of triathlon know she has dealt with repeated health setbacks including Epstein–Barr Virus and chronic sinus infections, so we decided to check in with her to see how she’s doing and what she has planned for the season.
A study published in the Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition found that dark chocolate may have a positive effect on athletic performance. Dark chocolate’s exercise benefits are likely the result of a substance called epicatechin – a type of flavonol found in the cacao bean that also increases nitric oxide production in the body.
The final segment of Dee Tidwell's Cycling Training Overview is here! Dee ties everything together and discusses balancing cardiovascular training with strength/gym work through the season. Managing intensity and volume is key to having your best season ever and preventing burnout. Your highest volume training periods typically shouldn't contain an overabundance of high intensity work, and, conversely, periods with the most high intensity work should typically be lower in volume. As mentioned with each part in this series, if building your own training program is more than you want to undertake, or you just want to make sure you have a well-designed, comprehensive plan to best reach your objectives, you can work with Dee himself at traintoride.com.