Endurance Training

July 9, 2017 No Comments by Tess Aisthorpe

“Endurance” refers to your ability to push yourself or remain active over a decent time frame. It also refers to your ability to hold out against fatigue, stress or pain. Endurance training helps improve cardiovascular, respiratory and muscular endurance during any aerobic or anaerobic exercise. While you might exclusively associate swimming, running and biking with endurance training, there’s more to it than just these three sports.

Muscular endurance refers to your muscles’ ability to contract repeatedly over an extended period of time and resist fatigue. For example, keeping your legs moving for the duration of a long run takes muscular endurance. Running also tests your cardiovascular endurance. Cardiovascular endurance refers to your heart, blood vessels and lungs’ ability to pump oxygen steadily for long periods of movement or work. The ability to be able to hold a conversation throughout a long run without needing to stop demonstrates one type of cardiovascular endurance.

We know that the importance of endurance training goes beyond running a marathon or completing a triathlon. Endurance not only enhances your performance while training but also contributes to your overall health, providing you with energy, improved heart function and increased metabolism.

Here’s our endurance Sunday:-
50 OH Swings
50 Burpees
Run 4000m
40 OH Swings
40 Burpees
Run 3000m
30 OH Swings
30 Burpees
Run 2000m
20 OH Swings
20 Burpees
Run 1000m
10 OH Swings
10 Burpees

Have ago 🙂