Endurance Training

Endurance training builds the stamina and energy required to reach your fitness goals and live a healthier life. Whether you want to complete a marathon, triathlon, bike race or just want to develop the cardiovascular and muscular endurance you need to play with your kids, endurance training will help get you there. This page serves as a destination for information on how to use TRX Training to build and increase endurance.

What is “Endurance”
“Endurance” refers to your ability to exert yourself or remain active over time. It also refers to your ability to withstand fatigue, stress or pain. Endurance training helps improve cardiovascular, respiratory and muscular endurance during any aerobic or anaerobic exercise. While most people exclusively associate swimming, running and biking with endurance training, there’s more to it than just three sports.

Muscular endurance refers to your muscles’ ability to contract repeatedly over an extended period of time and resist fatigue. For example, keeping your legs moving for the duration of a long run takes muscular endurance. Running also tests your cardiovascular endurance. Cardiovascular endurance refers to your heart, blood vessels and lungs’ ability to pump oxygen steadily for long periods of movement or work. The ability to keep your breath steady throughout a long run without needing to stop demonstrates one type of cardiovascular endurance.

Why is Endurance Training Important
The importance of endurance training goes beyond running a marathon or completing a triathlon. Endurance not only enhances your performance while working out, but also contributes to your overall health, providing you with energy, improved heart function and increased metabolism. Many team sports including soccer, lacrosse, ultimate frisbee and basketball require endurance as do activities like hiking, snowshoeing, skiing, climbing and snowboarding.

Why You Should Use TRX for Endurance Training
TRX functional strength training and mobility work will help you develop a durable, strong body. This will help you get the most out of your endurance training while also improving your muscular endurance. TRX can also provide a supplemental metabolic workout in place of a swim, bike or run, all the while helping to mitigate your risk of injury and enhance recovery. 

 

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Tackle a Tough Mudder with TRX 01.30.13 Sports Performance A team of 24 employees from TRX corporate HQ recently conquered the NorCal Tough Mudder event at Lake Tahoe, a challenging course at 8,000 ft. of elevation that featured 11 miles of mountainous terrain and 20 obstacles including ice cold water,...
Revamp Your Run with Matt Dixon 01.22.13 Swim, Run, Bike Elite endurance coach Matt Dixon is known worldwide for his innovative approach to endurance training. His method of integrating TRX Suspension Training to develop functional strength in endurance athletes has helped some of the biggest names in...
TRX Exercises for Triathletes 01.19.13 Swim, Run, Bike To get the most out of your triathlon training it is critical to integrate a program for building functional strength in order to develop a strong core and increase durability. Let’s take a look at a few ways to integrate the TRX Suspension...
Improving Run by Increasing Your Flexibility 01.07.13 Sports Performance While most runners are focused on fast intervals, hill repeats and getting their long runs in, there is an often overlooked but crucial training element to consider. This element is one of the best ways to get faster with minimal effort, yet most...
TRX Exercises for Endurance Athletes 12.12.12 Swim, Run, Bike Check out this three movement sequence designed by TRX Head of Human Performance Chris Frankel for endurance athletes looking for a supplemental metabolic workout in place of a swim, bike or run. As the endurance season starts to taper off and the...
TRX for Hockey Training 12.12.12 Sports Performance Here, Carlos Teasdale from the TRX Programming Department shows us three exercises that will help you to increase your endurance and explosive power as well as your lateral strength and stability, an essential component of an effective hockey...
Five TRX Exercises for Basketball Players 11.19.12 Sports Performance With March Madness in full force, we figured that many of you out there might want a little basketball-inspired training to work out your broken-bracket aggression.   TRX Director of Human Performance Chris Frankel hand picked these...
How To Use TRX to Improve Triathlon Times 11.12.12 Swim, Run, Bike Before Matt Dixon became a much sought-after triathlon and running coach with clients including 2009 Hawaii Ironman runner up Chris Lieto among the pros in his stable, he earned his MSc in Exercise Physiology and competed as a pro triathlete...