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The aim of the experiment was for me to do a warm-up with my right leg, while at the same time my left leg was to just hang down. We positioned a GRASPOR on both legs, so we could see the oxygenation for each leg separately. My warm-up protocol was precisely the same as that in my previous article…
GRASPOR measures the two most critical factors in an athlete’s performance; Muscle Oxygen & Muscle Activation. Below we will cover what, how and why we measure with GRASPOR…
Did you know that, if you start training without an adequate warm-up, you can potentially start the same processes that occur under VO2Max intervals?
Meet Christoffer Lisson, a 25-year-old cyclist riding for Riwal Cycling Team. Christoffer has ridden for Riwal Cycling Team since the start of the 2020 season. He made the switch from Team BHS Almeborg Bornholm after a solid 2019 season,
Here is the next part in our article series where we focus on warm-ups.
This time, we have had a chat with 48-year-old triathlete and coach Thomas Mortensen about his experiences with warming up before training and competitions and his experiences with GRASPOR.
“I have done triathlon since I was 18; I think I did my first ironman when I was 19.”
We often mention why warming up is essential in ensuring that you are ready to receive high-intensity training. We have always believed that warming up would improve training, and with GRASPOR, we can quantify the improvements…