powermeter as a primary tool

warming up

 

Warm-up with GRASPOR

This video guides you through how to use GRASPOR to ensure you warm up in the best possible way.

Warm-up protocols are very individual, and should be adapted to events or training rides. We recommend that you prepare for intervals by doing 1 or 2 shorter progressive efforts of 1-3 minutes duration at increasingly higher intensities up until threshold, followed by 2-3 shorter efforts (30-60s) above threshold.

Use your power meter to measure the intensity, but let GRASPOR tell you when you’re warmed up, by looking at your Muscle Oxygen. 

Want to know more?

We have an extensive blog post about how to warm up with GRASPOR. The blog post covers the basics of the warming up, as well as a suggestion for a protocol you can follow to get the best result.

Now you’re ready to move on to the next topic, how to use GRASPOR to test your anaerobic threshold, and form the basis of your future training!

Now you’re ready to move on to the next topic, how to use GRASPOR to test your anaerobic threshold, and form the basis of your future training!

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