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Methods and terminology of ski training

For all readers of, long-distance and traditional cross-country skiing is close to the heart. We thirst for more information on training, nutrition, athletes, events, equipment, and everything related to the sport. Many know how to train, what to eat, and what equipment works best. As the winter season turns towards spring and dryland training is about to begin, it is time again to review the various training methods and skiing terminology.

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Recovery – Part 1: The Physiology of Fatigue

As everyone already knows, in endurance sports, training must be sufficiently demanding both quantitatively and qualitatively for development to occur progressively. However, with the accumulation of high training volumes and overall stress from non-sporting activities, it is essential to be careful so that the body has enough time for rest...

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Easy runs serve as good recovery amidst intense training. Pictured Team Ragde Charge athletes on a running session in Mallorca

Lactic acid, lactate, and lactate threshold – what are these terms?

Lactic acid and lactate are familiar terms to endurance athletes, aren't they? Many people have the impression that they are the same thing, but that's not the case. These concepts are often perceived as the same, but they have a clear chemical difference. In this article, we delve into the...

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Block periodization and its benefits for cross-country skiers

Block periodization is an effective training method for many endurance athletes. has published several articles on the subject, most recently last fall, and as the new dryland training season begins, it's time to reconsider what this effective training method really means for many skiers.

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Photo: Teemu Virtanen
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Different block training sessions adapted for roller skiing are effective during the summer season. In the photo, Team Ragde Charge's skiers during their training camp in Mallorca last October

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