Training for the Time-Starved Athlete May 16, 2019 21:52 Updated Follow Not a Member yet? $25/month Get Purple Patch Education Membership, A complete performance education program for coaches and athletes. SUBSCRIBE You need to sign in to view this page. In this exclusive webinar, hosted in conjunction with CycleOps and PowerTap, Purple Patch Fitness Head Coach, Matt Dixon, outlined training strategies for the time-starved athlete, especially as it pertains to the Pillars of Performance: Endurance Training, Strength Training, Nutrition, and Recovery. Specific Topics Covered Included: * The mindset and approach to achieve great results without compromising health or life performance * How to determine your optimum number of training hours and successfully integrating it into your life * How to create a dynamic and flexible training approach * Identifying key sessions vs. supporting sessions * Prioritization of sleep and other recovery modalities During the Listener Q&A, Matt discussed: * When to rely on a bike trainer, and when not to * Pros and cons between using a bike trainer vs. riding outside * Examples of what workouts might look like in a time-starved life * How to shift your mindset on a trainer and adjust to a controlled environment * Description and examples of key sessions and supporting sessions Related articles A Season of Performance Combating the Fog of Fatigue What is Bounding? A Purple Patch Success Guide for Annual Planning Time-Starved Athletes: How do I modify my weekly Squad training program to maximize performance?