Jan 5, 2020
WORKOUT OF THE WEEK: (00:23:06) How to improve fat oxidization via FATMAX training
HOT PROPERTY INTERVIEW: SEBASTIAN WEBER (00:36:33) After his studies in sport science and molecular human biology Sebastian Weber ran several research projects on modeling muscular energy metabolism and its adaptation to training at the German University of Sports in Cologne. He went on to become Head Sport Scientist of the T-Mobile professional cycling team at the age of only 28. Sebastian is now the co-founder of the physiological performance software INSCYD. INSCYD provides coaches & scientists with a holistic & detailed insight into their athlete’s physiology. It explains how physiological metrics interact and compose an athletic performance and projects future performance outcomes.
ONE STEP AHEAD: (01:41:36) Temperature and its effects on your ability to metabolise fat.