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Pure Endurance BlogEven though your VO2max can be limited by your genetics there are multiple physiological factors that will boost performance and maximize your athletic potential. Training at specific intensities and intervals physiological adaptations that...
The terms 'aerobic' and 'anaerobic' are used to describe how our body’s cells within the body produce energy.
So...what is the difference?
During training our body requires energy and there are three main ways that this is done; one with oxygen (aerobic) and two without oxygen (anaerobic)
Let’s take a look at 18.1 which was a 20-minute AMRAP of 8 toes-to-bars, 10 DB hang clean and jerk, and a 14 calorie row.
Do you train all out every day to blow off steam from your demanding career, busy family and/or active social life?
Is training hard your stress reliever? Not seeing results?
At Pure Endurance, we believe that there is a time and place for 'specificity' in the world of Crossfit. We all know that Crossfit consists of constantly varied, functional movements, executed at high intensity. If running is your weakness and your box only programs running two times per month you will never get better at running. This can be said for rowing, biking, and swimming as well.