Sometimes finding the time to train can be a struggle. Balancing work, family and a social life with serious training can often leave you feeling like you just aren’t doing enough to make any real gains. Having a structured training plan is a way to achieve those gains you’re looking for by maximizing the time you have available to train. Whether it’s 6-8 hours a week or 10-15 there is a plan that can help you achieve your fitness goals. With limited time available to train it’s important that the body is sufficiently stressed by the effort in order to make improvements in fitness. The most efficient way to do that is through structured interval training. Simply going out and doing hill repeats week in and week out will help you improve but only up to a certain point. Once your body adapts to the demands of the work, the gains start to become minimal and eventually plateau. Periodized training enables the body to go through periods of intense effort but also periods of recovery in order to make the adaptations necessary for improvement and then build on those gains. We offer a variety of coaching options from personalized static plans to fully customized 1 on 1 coaching packages. Do you have Training Questions? Send us an email and we’ll try to get it answered at our upcoming lecture on Structured Training (May 29th).