Endurance and cardio are two methodologies to train different important double-poling aspects
Endurance is a training methodology which develops the resistance to long distances. The double pole movement should be complete in order to stimulate the upper-body.
To be performed as short intervals of 4-5 minutes or for longer sessions of 30-40 minutes. Indicatively the thrust rate should be 45-50 per minute.
The resistance should be high. This means skiing, roller-skiing uphill or adjusting the ercolina to simulate the hill.
Cardio is a training methodology which develops the explosive power and the coordination.
It requires short and intese intervals, about 30-40 seconds each. The double pole movement becomes shorter in order to achieve maximum speed.
Indicatively the thrust rate should be 70-75 per minute or even more.
Let’s see how Bruno trains using these two methodologies!
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