Why do we warm up?

Why do we warm up?

What are the benefits of warming up? Before a hard race or time trial, many of us complete some type of warm-up routine. It could be a few strenuous efforts, series of steps of increasing intensity, or maybe a few sprints. But why do we only warm up before an...
Testing your anaerobic threshold

Testing your anaerobic threshold

Introducing the Muscle Oxygen thresholdA major focus when planning a training program is finding the right intensities to train at, and test if the training plan having the anticipated effect. One of the big questions, especially in endurance sports such as cycling...
What is GRASPOR?

What is GRASPOR?

GRASPOR is your new training partner. This tool can help you improve your training through new insights and data from your body. But what exactly is GRASPOR, and how does it help? We’ll try to explain here. How does it work?GRASPOR works by measuring two...
Warm-up with GRASPOR

Warm-up with GRASPOR

Warm-up  The main goal of a warm-up is to prepare the body for high-intensity work by, among other things, increasing the flow of oxygenated blood available to the muscles. The amount of oxygenated blood in the muscle has a direct impact on your performance, as your...