Pro­gres­sion track­ing

Athletics Weekly - - Promotion -

New meth­ods to track work­outs means greater op­tions for track­ing pro­gres­sion. Are you able to pro­duce a greater

‘peak power’ in ‘fly­ing 30s’ per­haps as a re­sult of in­creased gym train­ing? Are you able to pro­duce more power for the same or lower HR af­ter a pe­riod of hill train­ing or cross coun­try in the win­ter months? Has your abil­ity to pro­duce power at the end of a hard ses­sion im­proved af­ter a block of speed en­durance work?

Craggs says the Van­tage V is “po­ten­tially a game-changer” for coaches The Po­lar Van­tage V breaks new ground as the first watch to track run­ning power from the wrist. Find out more at po­lar.com/uk-en/van­tage/v

Tom Craggs (left) and Nick An­der­son of run­ning­withus.com

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