Hill training improves it
aerobic and anaerobic endurance.
You also develop the quadriceps
(front thigh), making you better your feet and lower legs
can lift. In other words: a better running style.
Because it is a fairly heavy training form
is you need to do a good Warm-up.
Hill training is done on a slope of about 200m: a hill, dike or viaduct.
You don't do hill training all the way
year: about six to eight weeks in the general preparation period
Look for a slope with a length of about 200m: a hill or dike.
You walk up the slope with big steps (just no jumps). At the top of the hill
take your active rest in the form of dribbling. The hill
down you walk quickly and in long strides. This is good for stride length and coordination. Downstairs
After a short rest, you do two 50m sprints. You start with three sets and gradually increase it
to six sets per week.
Development of quadriceps (front thigh leg).
Aerobic and anaerobic endurance.
Improved stride length and coordination.