Long-Term Cardiovascular Adaptations And Implications For Preseason Training

If you’re looking to get fit in a hurry, you should hit high intensities often. But understand that you are getting fit by only attacking one side of the equation, and there’s a limit to how fit you can ultimately get this way (not to mention a greater risk of injury and overtraining). Complete aerobic fitness happens when you put in the work at low intensities over time and develop the “low end” aerobic adaptations to support the higher intensity work.

GATORADE PRE-CONFERENCE SESSION: An Assessment Of Today’s Top Recovery Modalities

Recovery is a hot topic and gaining prominence for its role in athletic performance. The best recovery programs incorporate both nutrition and proven modalities. This session will review some of the most talked about recovery modalities, including sleep, physical treatments (compression, stretching, foam rolling, hot-cold contrast), and nutrition. The session will provide insight on the latest research and offer practical tips for successful recovery for your athletes.