What is SuperOp
SUPEROP, SUPERCOMPENSATION OPTIMIZER
SUPEROP OPTIMIZES YOUR SUPERCOMPENSATION, MAKING IT POSSIBLE FOR YOU TO IMPROVE YOUR PERFORMANCE
SuperOp is the only tool that meets the most difficult challenge for athletes and trainers: identifying the ideal load of training for the athlete, at any moment to optimize the supercompensation cycles and therefore maximize improvements in performance!
SuperOp does not require you to change your training methods nor to change your trainer!
Instead, by informing you about how ready you are and how to modulate your workloads, you can optimize the effect of every training session based on your actual supercompensation curve. At times you will be raccomended to rest a longer period of time. Other times SuperOp will inform you that you are ready for an intense training session, even though a considerable previous workload during the previous training session would have made you wait longer than necessary!
NO MORE FIXED PRECOMPILED SHEETS!
NOW YOU CAN OPTIMALLY MODULATE YOUR TRAINING PROGRAM!
SUPERCOMPENSATION AND PERFORMANCE
Supercompensation is the process of improvement in the performance of the trained function that your body uses to respond to the stress of training. However training causes your performance to improve only if the training workload is appropriate for the supercompensation phase that your body is in at that moment.
An excessive load will cause damage; a load that is too light will not sufficiently stimulate your response.
SuperOp is the only tool capable responding to the most difficult challenge for athletes and trainers: understanding the real daily condition of the athlete and therefore identifying the ideal training workload at that moment in order to maximize performance improvement.
SuperOp is extraordinarily innovative and easy-to-use. With SuperOp:
- every morning you know what your conditions are, and not only for training;
- you protect your body, avoiding useless training or, worse, training that is harmful to your progress or to your health;
- to train better, with maximum results, in accordance with your actual physiological conditions;
- you avoid a performance plateau and overtraining;
- you progressively improve until maximizing your possibilities.