When it comes to intense interval training
less is more
The goal of conditioning should be to perform better: run faster, fatigue less and recover more quickly. Feeling tired is not the goal; contrary to popular belief, brutalizing yourself is often counterproductive.
If you need to train for an intense sport, rigorous hobby, or you're just a bit masochistic and love to challenge yourself, we will teach you how to chase performance improvements rather than exhaustion and nausea.
We can help you minimize the inherent risks of hard, fast exercise by teaching you how to move more efficiently.
If you're already doing intervals, we will modify your exercises, accessory work and rest periods for better results.
We'll write and guide you through an intelligent program; maximal progress with minimal suffering.