Do you find yourself validating a good training session with average pace, power or peak heart rate? Do you find that even though you’re pushing yourself harder and harder, you don’t seem to be getting any faster? If you spend a lot of time in the 'grey zone', the truth is that you’re likely doing more harm than good. Training in the grey zone means you’re pushing too hard too often, and not training slow enough, often enough. It doesn’t matter if you’re a weekend worrier or full-time pro, slowing down to go faster is legit. In this episode, we're going to break down the science of getting fitter by looking at the energy systems.
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