Get familiar with your data.
Creating a structured training plan around your desired result will get you there the fastest. As stated, there are many resources that you can find to help achieve this, but for all of them you are going to need some reference points.
YOUR metabolic DATA.
Currently, Pro’s get this data from expensive and invasive laboratory testing, like performing Vo2 max and blood lactate tests to determine their individual anaerobic threshold and Vo2 max levels in relation to their personal heart-rate currently.
*Note – there are several other terms for the same thing: anaerobic threshold (AT), lactate threshold (LT), maximal lactate steady state (MLSS), and onset of blood lactate (OBLA).
I’ll use the term individual anaerobic threshold (iAT) for my explanation because I am talking to everyone, but individually.
Here’s how YOU can get your data:
This is a new-to-market wearable technology that provides multiple functions relating to users’ nervous system, and cardio-respiratory health and performance, including stress levels based on Heart Rate Variability.
Scientifically substantiated by the Fraunhofer Institute in Germany, and provides the above stated tests of individual anaerobic threshold (iAT), VO2 max, your personal metabolic heart-rate zones, and HRV-based Stress Tests that can tell you how capable your body is at handling physical and mental stress that day.
This allows you to avoid frustrating training plateaus, illnesses, and injuries due to overtraining.
These calculations are taken from ECG sensors that are integrated into a high-quality sports compression shirt and transmitted to a free app via Bluetooth.
This happens from the accompanying Tech-Unit that users buy in the initial purchase of a Starter Kit, which connects with magnetic buttons to the front of any VitalShirt.
You can purchase additional VitalShirts without the Tech-Unit.
You can use just one Tech-Unit across all your different VitalShirts, so that you can wash them, or swap styles!
Go forth, optimize, and excel!
By taking control of your data, and understanding how and when to push your body safely and effectively, you can know when to push, and when to recover, and remain in constant progression towards your goals.