Ever been to a physiotherapist or orthopedist? Every year, around 400,000 athletes are injured in sports accidents in Switzerland, over 90,000 of them in winter sports. You can't train for accidents, but you can increase your body's resistance. For top athletes, this is a regular routine. In the event of an injury, athletes receive optimal, round-the-clock care from several specialists. For a regular sports enthusiast, the situation looks quite different. One invests much less in injury prevention and preparation and needs much longer for recovery and readiness to sport. So what can you as a regular sports enthusiast do to enjoy life as pain-free as possible and save visits to physical therapists, orthopedists, and surgeons?
We all know that top athletes prepare themselves for upcoming competitions on other altitude levels. But not only top athletes benefit from training at altitudes, also recreational athletes like you and me. The reason is the increased production of red blood cells in the height. Read all about the positive effects of altitude training on performance and health and what the different types of altitude trainings are.
Raymund advises company owners and investors on the acquisition, merger or and sale of companies. A job that requires precision and professionalism. Mental strength is therefore one prerequisite for long-term success. Despite or perhaps because of his little free time, Raymund has managed to be the number one rower in different categories time and time again. How does he do that? The current Swiss champion (age group Masters A) in the single and double scull shares in an interview his training routine, his new passion which came out of the corona crisis and his dietary choices. The AURUM High Intensity Training also has a weekly 20 minute slot in his busy agenda.
Whether you want to reach your full potential in cycling and cross the finishing line first or make your bike rides in the Swiss mountains easy and enjoyable, do these 5 things to increase your cycling endurance and performance.