Latest findings from training and nutrition science
Our product developer Robert Gorgos is not only an absolute expert when it comes to sports nutrition science, but also still very active as a competitive athlete. This has the advantage that he can extensively test each of his new formulations in performance himself. At the same time, as a nutrition expert, he looks after top athletes from a wide range of disciplines.
We are also especially looking forward to our second guest, top endurance coach Dan Lorang. Born in Luxembourg, he trains professional cyclists from Team Bora-hansgrohe as well as Ironman world champions Jan Frodeno and Anne Haug. When he’s not on the road on business, he can often be found running in the mornings in the Bavarian foothills of the Alps.
In our online training, we present the latest findings from science and practice on basic endurance training. It will also be about what the optimal training food looks like. And we explore the question of how professional athletes in endurance sports implement these findings and what amateur athletes can easily adopt for themselves.
Date and time: Wednesday, December 16, 2020 from 6:30 p.m. (Duration: approx. 1 hour including Q&A session with participants).
- The latest findings for basic endurance training in science and practice
- How and why should you take care of yourself in basic endurance training?
- Which scientific findings led to this professionalization, also in catering
- How do the pros do it in endurance sports?
- Last, but not least: Valuable tips from Robert and Dan from their work with top athletes
- and much more.
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