Veteran & Masters
Ageing athletes may experience a decline in performance for various reasons. A loss in muscle mass, termed sarcopenia, may be a primary physiological explanation that is reversible through appropriately focused strength and endurance conditioning. Diet and recovery are even more important for these athletes, which can dictate how an effective training programme will translate to performance improvements. Illness, injury and lack of training intensity are also factors.
This FREE info series PDF highlights the significant points of the unique training challenges for veteran and master racers:
- A basic introduction into the physiology of ageing.
- What are the main considerations for ageing athletes?
- How to incorporate effective strength and endurance conditioning into training.
- Optimal nutrition to help reverse anabolic resistance or prevent muscle wasting.
- Rest and recovery, are you getting enough?
Who am I? A biochemist and metabolism scientist with a background in applied physiology. I prescribe effectively personalised training programmes to a small yet diverse client based, to overcome their challenges and limitations that are preventing them from being fully competitive, excelling or just thoroughly enjoying their chosen endurance sport!
As a dedicated sports scientist, I also have a substantial background in road-racing and marathon which compliments my extensive practical knowledge of the disciplines and requirements to go faster for longer, and achieve desired success.
Please sign-up to download your free PDF or get in touch to understand how I can help you train beyond your current limits!
Simon, Head of Performance, CPS In-Motion.