From a club runner to a professional athlete, monitoring lactate can identify how your body is responding and how training can be adapted.
LACTATE THRESHOLD ASSESSMENT
During an incremental treadmill run, monitoring lactate at certain stages can establish your current training zones, identify the effectiveness of a training block and how to adapt training accordingly.
All assessments include the Athlete Assessment (Hydration and Lactate Threshold) and a Physiological Report (including Explanation, Graph of Results and Training Zones).
Assessments take place at the University of Brighton, Falmer Campus; or anywhere with access to a treadmill (prior agreement required first).
For further information on what the assessment entails, cost and group bookings, contact us.
As well as reviewing progress, monitoring sessions can inform you and your coach if training intensity should be adjusted, ensuring your sessions are individual to you. Depending on your distance and time in the season, this can include Threshold, Tempo or Interval sessions.
In addition to your Assessment, you will also receive a 1-2 Page Report (including Graph of Results and Brief Advice and/or discussion with coach).
Assessments can take place at the University of Brighton, Falmer Campus, or anywhere with access to a treadmill (prior agreement required first); or ‘in the field’ at an athletics track or trail.
Please note, pricing has not been published due to varying locations, and Session Lactate monitoring based on the number of samples required.
With good transport links available from London and across Sussex, runners and athletes travel from afar, including Surrey, Kent, Essex and Hampshire. For those based outside of the South East of England, feel free to email us and we’ll aim to help.