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On the KickAss blog you will find interesting blog entries on a wide variety of topics. We will provide you with exciting material that is based written by different authors, experts from different areas in sport. Subject areas include scientific facts and studies, things worth knowing about cycle-based training, trends and facts about the latest technologies and innovations.

Training camp as an age group athlete

Training camp as an age group athlete

Training camp as an age group athlete

It’s February, we’ve already had a few cold months with snow, rain and uncomfortable temperatures. Probably many hours of training have been moved indoors and we all long for sun and warmth, cycling in short-short and swimming in the outdoor pool.

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From top runner to triathlon pro

From top runner to triathlon pro

From top runner to triathlon pro

I’m Franzi, and from now on I’ll be taking you along with me on a regular basis. This leads me through the triathlon circus, in which all impressions are lively and colorful for me, but above all still very new.

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Neuroathletic Training – Part 1

Neuroathletic Training – Part 1

Neuroathletic Training – Part 1

“It’s all in your head”, it is a common phrase that is used, but not without reason. Every movement begins in our brain and has a major impact on our athletic performance. It is worth taking a deeper look into the processes of the nervous system.

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How has training changed as a result of KickAss Sports?

How has training changed as a result of KickAss Sports?

How has training changed as a result of KickAss Sports?

My second blog post is all about change. I’ll tell you about the change in my training routine and the new experiences I’ve had so far. I’d like to start by telling you how the general training routine has changed and what impact that has had on me.

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My Cycle – My Training

My Cycle – My Training

My Cycle – My Training

Our body talks to us – we just have to listen to it carefully. Today I want to talk about my training plan and how it is adapted to my hormonal situation. I would like to give examples of what cycle-based training can look like.

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Hi! I’m Ron.

Hi! I’m Ron.

Hi! I’m Ron.

I am 20 years old and live in Westallgäu, Germany. In this post I would like to tell you more about my passion for sports and my journey in the world of triathlon.

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