• Train like a professional

    You do not have to be a professional to train like a professional athlete. The objective of Alan Smeets Training is to offer professional coaching to a wide audience. Read More
  • Feel fitter by healthy food

    Healthy nutrition is important for everyone, it keeps you fit and the vitamins and minerals protect you from disease. Read More
  • Start to run

    Running is more than tying your laces and try to run your weekly round as fast as possible.

    The training programs I offer help you achieve your goals.

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Nutrition for young athletes

Nutrition for young athletes

A good, and well balanced diet is very important for young athletes to optimize growth and development. During Childhood a foundation for a healthy diet is laid, which helps to prevent chronic diseases at a later age.

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Strength training for cyclists

Strength training for cyclists

The purpose of strength training for cyclists is to increase the power that a cyclist can apply to the pedals during a certain time. Power (Watt) is the result of force on the pedals, and cadence.

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Supplements for athletes

Dietary supplements for athletes

Many athletes use all kinds of supplements despite there is little or no evidence that these supplements actually help.

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Winter training for cyclists

Winter training for cyclists

Road cyclists often have long seasons and cover huge distances. The last big races are in October and the first races in the new season start for the professionals in January and the amateurs in March.

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Drinking during exerciser

Drinking during exercise

During exercise you mainly lose fluids by sweating and breathing. If you fail to replete this deficiency by drinking, it can have a negative impact on your performance.

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About Alan Smeets Training

The objective of Alan Smeets Training is to offer professional coaching and nutritional advice to professional and amateur athletes.

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Alan Smeets

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Exercise physiologist,
Nutritionist

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