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Schutzmaskenempfehlung für Massage und Therapie

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Sehr geehrte Kundinnen und Kunden

Momentan ist eine Maske in der Therapie / Massage für die Kunden gemäss aktuellem Schutzkonzept in Bern (noch) nicht Pflicht.
Aufgrund der steigenden Fallzahlen in Bern empfehlen wir unseren Kunden und Patienten in der Massage und Therapie trotzdem, zu Ihrem eigenen Schutz, eine Maske zu tragen. Als Therapeuten tragen wir selbstverständlich während der Behandlung des Kunden und Patienten immer eine Maske..

Wichtig ist jedoch auch für Kunden zu wissen, dass bei Massagen und Behandlungen bei welchen der Kunde den Therapeuten direkt anschaut (Rückenlage) und der Abstand von 1.5m nicht gewährleistet ist auch für den Kunden/Patienten eine zwingende Maskenpflicht besteht.*
Deshalb empfehlen wir Ihnen zumindest eine Schutzmaske in die Therapie / Massage mitzunehmen.

Zu Ihrem und unserem eigenen Schutz messen wir zudem mit einem kontaktlosen Schnellmessgerät bei Therapiebeginn die Temperatur.  

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Mittwoch 23. September 2020

the-chores

Four Dimensional Power Focus:
NM: ✭✩✩✩✩
AC: ✭✭✭✩✩
MAP: ✭✭✭✭✭
FTP: ✭✭✭✭✩

Chores. They're rarely glamorous, almost never fun, and more often than not you need a hot shower and a long nap afterwards. Sort of like this workout. If you want a 'do-it-all' session, that will maintain and improve nearly every aspect of your fitness, then you're in the right place. Each set combines a series of 40 second efforts and 20 second recoveries with a sustained effort just below Threshold. The benefits are substantial. First: with such short recoveries between hard efforts, you'll pretty much empty your anaerobic fuel tank by the end of each set. This obviously develops your AC, but as your body is forced to rely more and more on your ability to produce power aerobically as your AC empties it gives your maximal aerobic (MAP) a real shove. As your body shifts from AC to MAP and begins producing almost all power from oxygen, the workout puts you into a sustained effort just below threshold. These same sustained threshold efforts when fresh would be a piece of cake, but by starting them deep in the red you will find them to be much more difficult than you might think. These efforts will push you right to the edge, but never over, so dig in deep and get your chores done!

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Montag 5. Oktober 2020

Butter

Four Dimensional Power Focus:
NM: ✭✩✩✩✩
AC: ✭✭✩✩✩
MAP: ✭✭✭✭✭
FTP: ✭✭✭✭✭

Smooth like butter. Grace under pressure. It's what we're focusing on in this session as you accumulate plenty of time at a high aerobic workload. A good warm-up leads you into two sets of five 90-second intervals with 3-minutes of “recovery” between each. Instead of full gas intervals followed by super low intensity recovery, these efforts are hard, but the real sting (and training benefit) comes from the incomplete recovery you face between intervals. These “recovery” efforts are at the upper end of Z2, meaning you still need quite a bit of oxygen to keep that power churning. By keeping the intervals themselves under your Maximal Aerobic Power (MAP) AND not allowing complete recovery, your body will burn through your Anaerobic Capacity (AC) before the end of each set, forcing your body to produce that power aerobically. Your body goes through that same transition near the 3-minute mark of the 5-minute test during Full Frontal, but with this session not only is it less painful, you end up with more total time in that aerobically dependent state. Endurance sports are all about churning through as much oxygen as possible, and few other workouts see you churning this hard and for this long.

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Montag 21. September 2020

RIE

Four Dimensional Power Focus:
NM: ✭✩✩✩✩
AC: ✭✭✭✭✭
MAP: ✭✭✭✭✭
FTP: ✭✩✩✩✩

Why limit yourself to one type of interval duration, intensity and recovery time when you can add two of the best MAP and AC sessions in the SUF library together? Better yet, why not add them together in a way that makes the session as hard as possible?

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Mittwoch 16. September 2020

Getting-Away-With-It

Four Dimensional Power Focus:
NM: ✭✭✩✩✩
AC: ✭✩✩✩✩
MAP: ✭✩✩✩✩
FTP: ✭✭✭✭✩

Wouldn't it be great if you could just leave work to go for a ride? Even for an hour? Well, now's your chance. Getting Away With It gets you out of the office and onto the roads of the French Pyrenees with your guide Michael Cotty of The Col Collective.

This is a great session to add toward the end of a training block. The shorter duration, sub-threshold efforts are fantastic for getting some extra FTP building while you are in a fatigued state. Extra emphasis on cadence stresses your nervous system, making your body more efficient at both higher and lower RPMs while improving your form. The neuromuscular training you get from this session is fantastic, so while your power never exceeds threshold, your body will learn to bring more energy to the pedals at all intensities.

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Montag 14. September 2020

thebat

Four Dimensional Power Focus:
NM: ✭✩✩✩✩
AC: ✭✭✩✩✩
MAP: ✭✭✭✭✩
FTP: ✭✭✭✭✩

While you're certainly going to feel this workout in your legs, it's what happens in your head over these six intervals that matters most. A sort of 'Applied Mental Training Programme' session, this is a unique addition to the SUF library. Over the course of the workout, you'll be taken through six different mental toughness tasks drawn from our 10-week Mental Toughness Programme (available here in the app). We'll teach you how to focus, use positive self-talk and see an image of Future You to push yourself through the Suffering.

From a physical point-of-view, this is a series of five minute intervals with very high MAP efforts at both ends. They pack the same training punch as much longer Sub-Threshold efforts with the added bonus of stimulating your MAP and AC at the same time.

Physiologically:
The first 30-second effort digs you into an anaerobic hole. Even though it is a MAP based target, your Heart Rate and Breathing rates (and thus ability to deliver oxygen) are still low, so your body must produce much of this power anaerobically. By the time you settle into the 4-minutes at just below FTP, your body will have produced an excess of metabolites responsible for that burning in your legs. Only by riding below FTP will your body clear them out since FTP is the tipping point where your body is producing metabolites at the same rate it is clearing them. By holding you at FTP, your body is unable to clear out that excess, forcing you to deal with the associated discomfort for the next 4-minutes. Capping the effort off with a final 30-second surge requires that you dig into what is left of your AC, while your body pushes you close to your VO2 max, or the point at which your body is using as much oxygen as it possibly can. The net result is a session that is great for improving FTP, MAP, and AC, regardless of your strengths and weaknesses.

Psychologically:
Each 4-minute segment at just below FTP will end up feeling harder than it should, given your body is forced to stew in whatever excess metabolites you produced in the first 30-seconds. While it will be unpleasant, you should find it never really gets MORE unpleasant. In addition to the benefits from the actual mental training exercises, this preps you to have confidence in your ability to hold longer sustained FTP efforts. The final surge then shows you that even when you have been feeling that uncomfortable, for that long, your body still has something more to give. Going through the Mental Training techniques while you're pushing through the discomfort will only make you stronger out on the road.

The Bat, by the way, is the totem animal for rebirth. It symbolises the death of old ways and the rise of new ones.

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Mittwoch 9. September 2020

Mittwoch 9. September 2020

Four Dimensional Power Focus:
NM: ✭✩✩✩✩
AC: ✭✩✩✩✩
MAP: ✭✩✩✩✩
FTP: ✭✭✭✭✭

One of the few Sufferfest sessions that can be viewed as a “Sweet-Spot” session since the intervals aren’t above threshold (except for the very end) but are harder than a tempo effort.

This session pushes your body close to the limit of what it can 'comfortably' handle without going any further. Why? Going above threshold causes a considerable amount of hormonal stress that takes a lot of time to recover from. But you don’t actually have to ride above threshold to improve your FTP - the fitness gain between 30 minutes at 90% of threshold and at 102% of threshold is minimal, but the stress on your body from the later is much greater and the recovery much longer.

That is why this session is a key component to any training plan: It gives you enough training stress to help improve your FTP, but remains 'easy' enough that you can do it when you're tired or before a big block of harder efforts.

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Montag 7. September 2020

the-trick-1

Four Dimensional Power Focus:
NM: ✭✩✩✩✩
AC: ✭✭✭✭✭
MAP: ✭✩✩✩✩
FTP: ✭✭✭✩✩

The Trick is designed to hit a riders Anaerobic Capacity, and ability to sustain power after repeated all out efforts.. Through repeated maximal 60 second efforts you will be fully depleting, and then fully refilling your anaerobic fuel tank. To burn through your entire fuel tank, it needs to be full, which is why this session has long recovery periods between the maximal 60 second efforts. So while the recovery time might seem a bit much, we are just making sure your body is primed and ready for another truly maximal effort. During these max efforts you will alternate between standing and sitting multiple times, which accomplishes two things. One, it ensures you are utilizing all muscle groups in your legs. Two, it helps teach you how to maintain power output when transitioning into and out of the saddle, a vital skill when going on the attack! Once we fully fry your AC, your reward is a nice steady tempo effort. While you will have some fight left in your legs, the goal is not to go into red during tempo effort, at least not until the final sprint!

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Mittwoch 1. September 2020

Cadence-Builds

Four Dimensional Power Focus:
NM: ✭✭✭✭✭
AC: ✭✩✩✩✩
MAP: ✭✩✩✩✩
FTP: ✭✩✩✩✩

One of the best sessions there is for neuromuscular training and a regular session in The Sufferfest Training Plans, this drill asks you to progressively build from a cadence of 90 RPM to your MAX over 30 seconds, recover and repeat several times. Cadence builds improve the way you recruit your leg, glute and core muscles throughout your pedal stroke by progressing to your maximal cadence. By reaching your highest cadence possible, you are training the 'on/off' switch in each muscle group to not only work faster, but have less overlap with your other muscle groups. You're training your hamstring muscles to 'turn off' when your quads 'turn on' and vice-versa to achieve a more efficient pedal stroke.

NOTE: As a drill session, this video does not have music or a storyline like 'normal' Sufferfest videos. Just fire up a playlist on your favourite music app and you're away!

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Montag 31. August 2020

The-Way-Out

Four Dimensional Power Focus:
NM: ✭✩✩✩✩
AC: ✭✩✩✩✩
MAP: ✭✩✩✩✩
FTP: ✭✭✭✭✭

One of the few Sufferfest sessions that can be viewed as a “Sweet-Spot” session since the intervals aren’t above threshold (except for the very end) but are harder than a tempo effort.

This session pushes your body close to the limit of what it can 'comfortably' handle without going any further. Why? Going above threshold causes a considerable amount of hormonal stress that takes a lot of time to recover from. But you don’t actually have to ride above threshold to improve your FTP - the fitness gain between 30 minutes at 90% of threshold and at 102% of threshold is minimal, but the stress on your body from the later is much greater and the recovery much longer.

That is why this session is a key component to any training plan: It gives you enough training stress to help improve your FTP, but remains 'easy' enough that you can do it when you're tired or before a big block of harder efforts.

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26. August 2020

TGTTOS

Four Dimensional Power Focus:
NM: ✭✭✩✩✩
AC: ✭✩✩✩✩
MAP: ✭✩✩✩✩
FTP: ✭✭✭✭✭

While you might think the only way to improve your FTP is to ride at, or above, your existing FTP, that isn't always the case. You body can only handle so much time above FTP in any given week (or month for that matter). But that doesn’t mean you should just sit around doing nothing the rest of the time.

Your body is most efficient at clearing out lactate and other metabolic byproducts at 80-95% of FTP. This is one of the few sessions where you can consistently sit at that intensity and let your body churn away at this nice efficient effort level. It's the ideal workout to end a hard, three-day block or to add in during a rest week. It will give your body a little training stimulus while still allowing it to recover from whatever tortures you've recently put it through.

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19. August 2020

Revolver

Four Dimensional Power Focus:
NM: ✭✩✩✩✩
AC: ✭✭✭✭✩
MAP: ✭✭✭✭✭
FTP: ✭✩✩✩✩

The simple idea of going hard for one minute and then easy for one minute, and then repeating, has been around since whatever evil genius realised that intervals were the best way to train. There is a reason this simple session has stuck around: it works!

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17.August 2020

Mini-Blender

Four Dimensional Power Focus:
NM: ✭✩✩✩✩
AC: ✭✭✭✩✩
MAP: ✭✭✭✭✩
FTP: ✭✭✭✭✩

Takes all the best parts of Blender and condenses them into a workout less than 60 minutes. The sustained efforts at the start ensure your AC and MAP are really put to the test during the two sets of Pain Shakes. Just like the regular Blender, throwing some shorter threshold efforts your way after those AC and MAP builders means your FTP doesn’t get left out of the “fun.” A perfect session for those who want to hit lots of improvement areas within an hour.

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Montag 18. Mai 2020

Zoom-Meeting beitreten
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/7428324346?pwd=Tm50VHFSS2J0NGhoZnAwZHg1SWFnZz09

Meeting-ID: 742 832 4346
Passwort: 585641

Über Skype for Business beitreten
https://us02web.zoom.us/skype/7428324346

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Suf-Cycling - 13. Mai 2020 am Abends - To Get To The Other Side

TGTTOS

Four Dimensional Power Focus:
NM: ✭✭✩✩✩
AC: ✭✩✩✩✩
MAP: ✭✩✩✩✩
FTP: ✭✭✭✭✭

While you might think the only way to improve your FTP is to ride at, or above, your existing FTP, that isn't always the case. You body can only handle so much time above FTP in any given week (or month for that matter). But that doesn’t mean you should just sit around doing nothing the rest of the time.

Your body is most efficient at clearing out lactate and other metabolic byproducts at 80-95% of FTP. This is one of the few sessions where you can consistently sit at that intensity and let your body churn away at this nice efficient effort level. It's the ideal workout to end a hard, three-day block or to add in during a rest week. It will give your body a little training stimulus while still allowing it to recover from whatever tortures you've recently put it through.

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Suf-Cycling - 11.Mai.2020 und 13. Mai 2020 am Morgen - The Best Way Is Blended (Mashup)

TBWIB

Four Dimensional Power Focus:
NM: ✭✭✩✩✩
AC: ✭✭✭✭✩
MAP: ✭✭✭✭✩
FTP: ✭✭✩✩✩

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Auszug aus den Information zum COVID-19 Schutzkonzept im Trainingsbereich

covid19

Dieses Schutzkonzept ergänzt unser Praxis Schutzkonzept.
Mit unserem Schutzkonzept erfüllen wir die Voraussetzungen von Art. 6a der Verordnung 2 über Massnahmen zur Bekämpfung des Coronavirus (COVID-19) vom 13.03.2020
Der Schweizerische Fitness und Gesundheits Verband SFGV sowie auch der Schweizerische Personaltrainerverband SPTV haben ein Schutzkonzept für Fitness und Gruppenkurse erstellt. Nach diesen Richten wir uns bei uns im ActivePeople Trainingsstudio. Unser Training und Therapiezentrum haltet sich an die BAG Bestimmungen und Anweisungen vom SECO.

Das komplette und aktuelle Schutzkonzept liegt bei uns im Studio und in der Praxis öffentlich auf.

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Nächste live Workout Session am 27.3.2020

onlinetrainingssession

Nach dem ersten live Workout heute werden wir auch morgen wieder ein Training starten. Du kannst an diesem Training gratis Teilnehmen.

Immer aktuell informiert über die neuen Online Workouts bist du in unserem  online Workout Blog
>>> Neuer online Workout Blog

Dieses Workout wird ebenfalls wieder 40-50 Minuten dauern und 10-14 Eigengewichts Übungen beinhalten.
Weitere Details zum Trainings:

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ActivePeople weiterhin mit ganz normalem Betrieb OFFEN

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Liebe Kundinnen und Kunden 

Wie Ihr sicher mitbekommen habt verkündete der Bundesrat heute aufgrund vom Coronavirus COVID-19 weitere drastische Massnahmen, welche auch den Fitness und Sportbereich betreffen und einschränken wie z.B schweizweit keine Veranstaltungen mehr über 100 Personen und in einigen Kantonen gar keine über 50 inkl. Personal (wie Freiburg als Bsp.)

Um Klarheit zu schaffen: 

Alle unsere Trainings, Gruppenkurse und Therapien finden bis auf weiteres ganz normal statt !!!

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Offener Brief von Ironman an die Athleten betreffend COVID-19

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Heute hat sich Ironman mit einem offenen Brief an alle Coaches und Athleten gewannt um über deren Vorgehensweise beim COVID-19 zu informieren. Diese Information möchte ich euch nicht vorenthalten, deswegen hier den Übersetzten Inhalt, sowie am Ende des Posts den Link zum Original PDF Letter:

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