Guilt, pleasure and time with coach Mark Ryan

Guilt, pleasure and time with coach Mark Ryan

British Triathlon Level 3 coach Mark Ryan is this week’s guest on the 33Fuel podcast. We discuss a range of training topics including consistency, training zones, recovery, enjoyment and maximising the time you have available

In this conversation, you’ll learn how to fit training into a busy schedule and achieve the holy grail of progress: consistency. You’ll hear why training in the ‘guilty zone’ is important, Mark’s thoughts on indoor vs outdoor training and the most popular tech tools to help you achieve your potential. Enjoy!

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Guilt, pleasure and time with coach Mark Ryan – on tapering

When someone is coming into a taper, the worst thing you can do is just stop training. There’s a real knack to getting it right.

Do short, sharp sessions. So that’s shorter sessions with faster intervals and lots of recovery. One of my favourites for a run session is: one minute intervals at your fastest training pace, followed by 3 minutes really easy running, five times through.

By the end of the workout, you feel you’re banked some work but because the majority of it has been at an easy pace it doesn’t add much stress and allows your body to continue to recover”

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