A COMMON SENSE APPROACH FOR TRAINING IN THE HEAT.
I write this blog in Melbourne, where in recent months the weather has been a roller coaster as can be expected. One day it’s high 30’s and the next it’s below 20 degrees. On multiple occasions I have had athletes producing ordinary bike and poor run sessions in the hotter conditions. They leave me concerning feedback that their fitness has all of a sudden declined which is simply untrue. Unfortunately, they do not take into consideration how much of an affect the hotter weather has on their bodies performance. Read more