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  • pulselabsg - P U L S E  L A B @pulselabsg 2 minutes ago
  • Rowing |

At Pulse Lab, we take rowing very seriously; its not just about clocking in the meters or breaking PRs  we want to teach you to row effectively and efficiently  we want to teach you to master the basics.

So heres a big shoutout to our big boss Jeremy @funksoulbutter who has toiled hard from day 1: Having rowers in the gym wasnt enough; it was more than just setting a trend. It was about raising awareness for this sport within Singapore. Jeremy wanted to master and understand the sport so much so that he studied the machine, trained hard, and even went to get himself certified by Project Methods (thanks, @jane.erbacher!)

Today, Jeremy, alongside some of our awesome PL trainers, continues to inspire us with his thoughtfully crafted rowing classes (come & try it for yourself!!)

Weve also got some exciting news coming up so keep close to this page for updates! 鳶 Rowing | At Pulse Lab, we take rowing very seriously; its not just about clocking in the meters or breaking PRs we want to teach you to row effectively and efficiently we want to teach you to master the basics. So heres a big shoutout to our big boss Jeremy @funksoulbutter who has toiled hard from day 1: Having rowers in the gym wasnt enough; it was more than just setting a trend. It was about raising awareness for this sport within Singapore. Jeremy wanted to master and understand the sport so much so that he studied the machine, trained hard, and even went to get himself certified by Project Methods (thanks, @jane.erbacher!) Today, Jeremy, alongside some of our awesome PL trainers, continues to inspire us with his thoughtfully crafted rowing classes (come & try it for yourself!!) Weve also got some exciting news coming up so keep close to this page for updates! 鳶
  • Rowing | At Pulse Lab, we take rowing very seriously; its not just about clocking in the meters or breaking PRs we want to teach you to row effectively and efficiently we want to teach you to master the basics. So heres a big shoutout to our big boss Jeremy @funksoulbutter who has toiled hard from day 1: Having rowers in the gym wasnt enough; it was more than just setting a trend. It was about raising awareness for this sport within Singapore. Jeremy wanted to master and understand the sport so much so that he studied the machine, trained hard, and even went to get himself certified by Project Methods (thanks, @jane.erbacher!) Today, Jeremy, alongside some of our awesome PL trainers, continues to inspire us with his thoughtfully crafted rowing classes (come & try it for yourself!!) Weve also got some exciting news coming up so keep close to this page for updates! 鳶
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  • nlpt1 - NLPT AND NLPT THERAPY TEAM @nlpt1 19 minutes ago
  • #Repost @adaptive_athletics (@get_repost)
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∴Part 2: Mitochondrial Density∴
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What is youre Mitochondria?
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mitochondria are organelles within the cell that use oxygen to create large amounts of ATP (energy) from the breakdown of the macronutrients, carbohydrates and fat. This means that if we can increase our mitochondrial density, we will have more available energy for to working muscles, which means we can produce higher amounts of force for longer periods of time.
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How can we increase our Mitochondrial Density?
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In the past it was thought that they only way to improve the cardiovascular system was long duration endurance training but this is only partly true. Yes, long duration endurance training will improve cardiovascular fitness but it is not the only way.  Several studies (1,2,3) have shown  that HITT training not only increases the mitochondrial density but increases oxidative enzymes which also increase the rate at which ATP is produced. There are a few different types of HITT training that I have used to improve this factor but the key is short duration bursts with high intensity. The first shown in study 5 is high intensity bouts of 30s with a 4 minute rest and 4-5 sets. This allows for maximum effort and a full recovery period. If you are in a pinch for time, you may like the other method which Is referred to as  tabata sets. Tabata sets are when you use higher work to rest ratios that do not allow for full recovery. This really taxes the mitochondria stimulating adaptation. Clip #1 shows a 20s work to 10s rest Assault bike interval that I will generally do 8-10 reps of. What is nice about this is that you only need 1 to 2 sets to create the stimulus needed which only takes 4-8 minutes!
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#adaptiveathletics #adaptiveathlete #cardio #endurance #fitness #health #functionaltraining #functionalathlete #cardiovascular #mitochondria #repost @adaptive_athletics (@get_repost) 颯颯 ∴Part 2: Mitochondrial Density∴ . What is youre Mitochondria? . mitochondria are organelles within the cell that use oxygen to create large amounts of ATP (energy) from the breakdown of the macronutrients, carbohydrates and fat. This means that if we can increase our mitochondrial density, we will have more available energy for to working muscles, which means we can produce higher amounts of force for longer periods of time. . How can we increase our Mitochondrial Density? . In the past it was thought that they only way to improve the cardiovascular system was long duration endurance training but this is only partly true. Yes, long duration endurance training will improve cardiovascular fitness but it is not the only way. Several studies (1,2,3) have shown that HITT training not only increases the mitochondrial density but increases oxidative enzymes which also increase the rate at which ATP is produced. There are a few different types of HITT training that I have used to improve this factor but the key is short duration bursts with high intensity. The first shown in study 5 is high intensity bouts of 30s with a 4 minute rest and 4-5 sets. This allows for maximum effort and a full recovery period. If you are in a pinch for time, you may like the other method which Is referred to as tabata sets. Tabata sets are when you use higher work to rest ratios that do not allow for full recovery. This really taxes the mitochondria stimulating adaptation. Clip #1 shows a 20s work to 10s rest Assault bike interval that I will generally do 8-10 reps of. What is nice about this is that you only need 1 to 2 sets to create the stimulus needed which only takes 4-8 minutes! . DM for Private and Semi-Private Training Check comments for studies! #adaptiveathletics #adaptiveathlete #cardio #endurance #fitness #health #functionaltraining #functionalathlete #cardiovascular #mitochondria
  • #repost @adaptive_athletics (@get_repost) 颯颯 ∴Part 2: Mitochondrial Density∴ . What is youre Mitochondria? . mitochondria are organelles within the cell that use oxygen to create large amounts of ATP (energy) from the breakdown of the macronutrients, carbohydrates and fat. This means that if we can increase our mitochondrial density, we will have more available energy for to working muscles, which means we can produce higher amounts of force for longer periods of time. . How can we increase our Mitochondrial Density? . In the past it was thought that they only way to improve the cardiovascular system was long duration endurance training but this is only partly true. Yes, long duration endurance training will improve cardiovascular fitness but it is not the only way. Several studies (1,2,3) have shown that HITT training not only increases the mitochondrial density but increases oxidative enzymes which also increase the rate at which ATP is produced. There are a few different types of HITT training that I have used to improve this factor but the key is short duration bursts with high intensity. The first shown in study 5 is high intensity bouts of 30s with a 4 minute rest and 4-5 sets. This allows for maximum effort and a full recovery period. If you are in a pinch for time, you may like the other method which Is referred to as tabata sets. Tabata sets are when you use higher work to rest ratios that do not allow for full recovery. This really taxes the mitochondria stimulating adaptation. Clip #1 shows a 20s work to 10s rest Assault bike interval that I will generally do 8-10 reps of. What is nice about this is that you only need 1 to 2 sets to create the stimulus needed which only takes 4-8 minutes! . DM for Private and Semi-Private Training Check comments for studies! #adaptiveathletics #adaptiveathlete #cardio #endurance #fitness #health #functionaltraining #functionalathlete #cardiovascular #mitochondria
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  • oliviatomie - Liv @oliviatomie 32 minutes ago
  • GOD SAVE THE QUEEN #calisthenicsUK

Just one of many times Ive been grateful that I could move and/or play better as a result of a disciplined practice over time. No shot I could do this a year ago, even though it doesnt require crazy strength

just didnt care about getting strong in any way that applied to daily living... or spontaneously playing in London

That #bikinibody couldnt move for shit 踢踢 #neveragain GOD SAVE THE QUEEN #calisthenicsuk Just one of many times Ive been grateful that I could move and/or play better as a result of a disciplined practice over time. No shot I could do this a year ago, even though it doesnt require crazy strength just didnt care about getting strong in any way that applied to daily living... or spontaneously playing in London That #bikinibody couldnt move for shit 踢踢 #neveragain
  • GOD SAVE THE QUEEN #calisthenicsuk Just one of many times Ive been grateful that I could move and/or play better as a result of a disciplined practice over time. No shot I could do this a year ago, even though it doesnt require crazy strength just didnt care about getting strong in any way that applied to daily living... or spontaneously playing in London That #bikinibody couldnt move for shit 踢踢 #neveragain
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