SUP International: Annabel Anderson-Training to the Red Line

NEW

The Goat Boater, Lake Wylie Paddleboarding is stoked to offer Lake Wylie’s first ever SUP Race Series

The Goat Boater, Lake Wylie Paddleboarding is stoked to offer Lake Wylie’s first-ever SUP Race Series.  9 paddleboard races, 10 opportunities to win.  The Series is open to all level paddlers, all ages & all SUP crafts. Races take place May through...
NEW

Coach Victoria on Fueling Your Workouts the Right Way

Fueling your Workouts the Right Way! Hello Paddlers!! Can you believe it’s May!!! This part of the year is always interesting. Some of you are coming from a deep freeze, snow and mostly land/cardio training.  Others, like us here in Florida, have...

Safety First – A Primer on How to Get Back to Paddling Safely

How to Get Back To Paddling Safely It’s that time of year -many of us are returning to our favorite paddle spots, so it’s time for a refresher on how to get back to paddling safely.  Last year during the onset of...

Coming Soon – Coaching Roundtable – A Free Facebook Live – with Coach Cain & Coach Andrey

Coach Larry Cain and Coach Andrey will be discussing new Paddle Monster monster coaching opportunities and much more in their upcoming, joint Facebook Live.  The date is TBD as Coach Andrey is in Asia coaching the Women's Chinese canoe team and...
Psychologically, what are the warning signs of burnout? And can you suggest some tips to sort that out?
There are many different signs of burnout and this is resonant of anything in life. Lethargy, lack of motivation, for something you usually love to do, fear, anxiety, depression (yes – it’s a hidden, unspoken topic that affects athletes too) not being able to push yourself physically are all signs that you need take a break and put the ambulance at the top of the cliff. Try to find the reasons why you loved doing it in the first place and reset the priorities of what you’re doing it for, or what you’re wanting to achieve. As with all things, these will change and be fluid over time depending on what else is going on in your life.
What do you think about the long term effects of red-lining the body year on year?
Smashing your central nervous system repetitively will have an impact over time, not necessarily immediately. As with high intensity interval training based regimes (i.e. Cross Fit style land training) the body will always need a period of recovery to reap the gains of the training that has just been completed. The methodology behind the philosophy of ‘training’ is to break down muscle tissue so that it rebuilds stronger as well as neuro-muscular patterning and aerobic/anaerobic conditioning. If you apply this, you’ll understand that recovery is just as important as the training.
Avoid burnout with these tips

Popular

NEW

The Goat Boater, Lake Wylie Paddleboarding is stoked to offer Lake Wylie’s first ever SUP Race Series

The Goat Boater, Lake Wylie Paddleboarding is stoked to offer Lake Wylie’s first-ever SUP Race Series.  9 paddleboard races, 10 opportunities to win.  The Series is open to all level paddlers, all ages & all SUP crafts. Races take place May through...
NEW

Coach Victoria on Fueling Your Workouts the Right Way

Fueling your Workouts the Right Way! Hello Paddlers!! Can you believe it’s May!!! This part of the year is always interesting. Some of you are coming from a deep freeze, snow and mostly land/cardio training.  Others, like us here in Florida, have...

Safety First – A Primer on How to Get Back to Paddling Safely

How to Get Back To Paddling Safely It’s that time of year -many of us are returning to our favorite paddle spots, so it’s time for a refresher on how to get back to paddling safely.  Last year during the onset of...

Coming Soon – Coaching Roundtable – A Free Facebook Live – with Coach Cain & Coach Andrey

Coach Larry Cain and Coach Andrey will be discussing new Paddle Monster monster coaching opportunities and much more in their upcoming, joint Facebook Live.  The date is TBD as Coach Andrey is in Asia coaching the Women's Chinese canoe team and...

Event Spotlight: PADDLE for MENTAL HEALTH 2nd annual 5K virtual paddle

Join us for A United Day of Hope! PADDLE for MENTAL HEALTH 2nd annual 5K virtual paddle is happening Saturday, May 22nd., 2021. Please help us build awareness and funds, by JOINING OUR PADDLE OR MAKING A DONATION! Register for Paddle...

More from author

Your Cart