7.4 C
Thursday, September 23, 2021

Pass the Energy Please Part 3 – The Glycolytic System. Short duration, Moderate power

This is the third post in the “Pass the Energy Please” series. Go to our blog to read the others. Remember the graph from the...
Dragon Analytics - Sun-Tzu-battle-won-before-fought

10 Sun Tzu Quotes for Dragon Boaters

Firstly, who is Sun Tzu? Sun Tzu was a Chinese military general, strategist, and philosopher who lived in the Spring and Autumn period of ancient...

6 Mistakes Every Dragon Boater Makes

Whether you’ve just started in the world of paddling, we can guarantee that you are making paddling mistakes without even realising it. These mistakes...
Dragon Analytics - Balanced shoulders2

How to Strengthen Your Shoulders and Look Great

The previous post in this series, “Why You Need To Strengthen Your Shoulders”, described the role of the rotor cuff and other muscles in...

Meet My Very Good Friend Tabata

Figure 1: "What the Hell Was THAT!!!" Image provided: http://www.fullvelocityfitness.com/ A Tabata is a high-intensity workout protocol that has fitness benefits. It is also a...

Pass the Energy Please Part 2 – The ATP-PC Energy System

Our first “Pass the Energy Please” post introduced ATP as the fuel for our muscles and the three energy systems in our body that...
Dragon Analytics - No Pain

No Pain. No Gain. No Problem.

Featured image supplied by Komodo Paddle Club Dragon boating is a sport and as such you may have noticed that 24 to 48 hours...


So You Want Big Muscles? Well here’s a bit of news for you…your muscle growth begins when your workout stops. Push your reps to failure...
Dragon Analytics - Pass the Energy Please

Pass the Energy Please Part 1 – The 3 Energy Systems

Did you know that your body draws on three energy systems when you undertake physical exercise? Do the words aerobic, anaerobic, and immediate energy...
Dragon Analytics - Do what you can

Do What You Can, With What You Have, Where You Are

My mouse stopped working the other day. No big deal. Right? But I spend at least 4 hours a day typing and clicking. Whether it’s...