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Updated 23 March 2015

Train like Tim Noakes

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Tim Noakes is after another revolution. Not content with shaking up decades of agreed wisdom when it comes to dietary guidelines, Tim Noakes now wants to change how you train.

A famed runner, Noakes has great experience in what it takes for humans to reach their peak, but a new paper co-authored by him sets out to demolish the conventional wisdom of why athletes, both professional and amateur, get tired. He also believes he knows how to fix it, driving athletes to run, swim or cycle faster and further than ever before, and it all starts with your brain.

Read up on what he says you should be doing, and let us know what you think in the comments. Is this the future of exercise, or just a lot of hot air?

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