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Fuelling the Elite: Tennis

Fuelling the Elite: Tennis

In rare time off and training blocks- players will focus on both strength, speed, agility and tennis specific training. This involves long days with multiple sessions split throughout the day.
Fuelling the Elite: Swimming

Fuelling the Elite: Swimming

The daily training plans of swimmers are quite varied in relation to the specific event in which they compete. However, overall daily training and preparation for competition leads to several hours of training a day and involves frequent periods of high-intensity exertion.
Fuelling the Elite: Boxing

Fuelling the Elite: Boxing

Training needs to be focused around enhancing cardiovascular fitness, muscle strength and power. The primary objective is to delay the onset of fatigue by increasing tolerance & ATP/Creatine Phosphate (energy) regeneration and increase the efficiency of oxygen use, which leads to an improvement in recovery between rounds.
Fuelling the Elite: Running

Fuelling the Elite: Running

The training schedule for elite runners varies between the distance in which the athlete competes in. However, it is common for all elite runners to incorporate a variety of different types of training 2-3 times per day including long easy runs, interval sessions, fartlek running and repetitions.
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