Making of a Perfect Athlete, Shane Perkins
How do we prepare and train a perfect athlete, its simply, dedication and understanding human science. Science can be a enable but athletes need wholehearted dedication and possibly go a regime impossible for a normal human being.
Here is a quick documentation on Shane Perkins training and preparation, an Australian professional track cyclist. In this documentary several facts are revealed and background facts are shared, truly mind blowing.
Shane Perkins is Olympic Games Bronze Medallist, World Champion Team Sprinter and former Keirin Track World Champion.
- Top speed, 77 km/h, average speed over 200 m is 72.5km/h. He can accelerate to 0-50km/h in 50 secs.
- He generates 2500 Watts Power while an average male can generate 600 Watts and that’s equivalent to generating power for 12 flat screen TV’s.
- His peak heart rate is 200 beats/min, his heart pumps more blood than an average petrol bowser
- On an average Shane burns 5000 calories a day during an intense training, its equivalent to 17 bowls of pasta