Balancing the Physiological and Psychological

Balancing the Physiological and Psychological Areas of Training Sessions for Maximum Gain. Training techniques vary massively across all sports and athletes worldwide, but examine the contents and actions of elite athletes during training sessions, and you will find there is a balance of importance placed on the physiological make up of the session and the…

Fit into your Fifties.

“Fit into your fifties” Masters athletes, typically defined as racers over 40 years of age, often have bigger challenges than the younger athletes when finding consistent training and adequate recovery time. Work, family, increased recovery needs and a general lack of available time can all impede progress towards race success. That doesn’t mean that olders…

Training Plan Tapering to perform in peak conditioning.

Training Tapers for achieving race results Athletes spend countless hours training to perform on race day. One of the keys to racing to your potential is having a taper program to match your months of Training sessions. Tapering is a highly individualized art and science. It often takes trial and error to get to the…

Staying in the moment during Training and Racing

Training your Control level. An athlete’s ability to maintain control of their emotions in the face of adversity and remain positive is essential to winning. Two emotions which are often associated with poor performance are anxiety and anger. Emotions can claim the athlete’s level of concentration and attentional focus. Identifying when you as a athlete…

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PPT 10 KM/1 HOUR RACE 3 Phases/8 weeks each: These programs have been designed for new paddlers looking for a training program to prepare them for a 10-KM/1Hour race. Or for experienced paddlers, looking for an easy schedule involving a relatively low level of weekly KM/miles. Each session is set out to increase paddling conditioning…