Q&A #15 - What's the limit and crossover effects of high-intensity training across disciplines, how to adapt training to hot and humid climates, and training for ultra- and extreme triathlons like the Swissman

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Q&A #15 - What's the limit and crossover effects of high-intensity training across disciplines, how to adapt training to hot and humid climates, and training for ultra- and extreme triathlons like the Swissman
  • What's the limit and crossover effects of high-intensity training across disciplines?
  • How do you adapt your training and training zones to hot and humid climates?
  • Should you train differently for ultra-long, extreme triathlons like the Swissman compared to Ironman training?
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