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DOES “TRAIN LOW” IMPROVE ENDURANCE PERFORMANCE?

Prof. Dr. John Hawley, Director of the Centre for Exercise and Nutrition of Mary MacKillop Institute for Health Research of the Australian Catholic University und führender Experte zu diesem Thema, klärt auf und gibt Einblicke in die neue Strategie "Train high - sleep low".

How and which "Train low" method can be integrated in the most appropriate manner into a training plan, must be decided individually. Members of the BMC Racing Team also practice “Train low” strategies – you can read more about it in an interview with the BMC Racing Team’s nutritionist Judith Haudum: https://www.powerbar.eu/it_IT/blog/nutrition/the-train-low-principle-is-among-the-newest-trends-for-endurance

Keep up-to-date with the latest sports nutrition science and practical nutrition news. PowerBar with its independent sports nutrition network around the world regularly provides a scientific platform to share latest research and practical knowledge.In September 2015 the 15th Sport Nutrition Conference took place at the Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin in Germany. Leading scientists presented the most recent research findings of the field of Sport Nutrition and provided best practice tips and guidelines for endurance, team sport and fitness athletes. During the conference a series of exclusive video interviews with internationally recognized experts and elite athletes was produced.