It’s just me again 🙂 Jaim will join me in upcoming episodes 😉
This is part two of the limiting factors of performance as per the Central Governor Theory (the brain overrides performance) which I started in episode 3 – about the mindset, motivation, and pain tolerance factor – and continue in this episode with the physical adaptation and biological systems.
the state of your body as trained for your specific task, coupled with the health of your cells, is the second part of performance limiting factors as set by the Central Governor Theory i.e. what the brain and body are capable of allowing you to do before it’s too much stress and your brain/nervous system slows you down.
I get off tangent a little bit, but as “everything is connected”, it’s not really off topic 😉
Eating less sugar burns less sugar and more fat.
Training aerobically with healthy fat in diet helps adaptation of fat burning muscles.
MAF – maximum aerobic function
How to do a MAF Test.
How to train for Hawaii Ironman, or any triathlon or endurance sport for that matter.
How to train aerobically, by sticking to MAF, eating less sugars/carbs.
Why ego can be a problem. Athletes could do better when training solo.
MY theory about fuelling in training, and racing.
MY theory about strength training for endurance athletes. Activation better than destruction when doing gym work. Less reps.
How Ketones help an endurance athlete, triathlete, or non athlete.
Aerobically conditioned athletes muscles have better metabolic function, better blood flow, and much less injuries.
How you train your body during exercising is how it continues to function for the rest of the day. Train very intensely and burn mostly sugars and eat a lot of carbs/sugars during exercise then your body will want to continue doing the same all day – making you crave carbs constantly (constant hunger, never feeling full), and metabolicly your body is burning sugars purely and not any fat – an invaluable second source of fuel that makes you think, feel, and perfrom better.
And tonnes more.
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