Archive for February, 2016

The Top 10 Variations of the Plank For a Stronger Core

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One of the most popular movements to build a strong core is the plank. Use these 10 variations from Allie Burdick to change up your routine and get stronger than ever.

Chronic Intensity Load: A New Measure of Training Load Based on Intensity Factor

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With WKO4, coaches and athletes can create their own charts and graphs to view the data they want. Coaches Chris Baddick and Dave Schell have created one such chart Chronic Intensity Load, as a way to measure the fitness gains of a workout based on intensity of a workout more than duration. Find out more about this new chart for WKO4.

3 Steps for Runners to Return After Injury, Illness, or Fatigue

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Every runner has to deal with setbacks that interrupt their training. Use these three steps from coach John Hampshire to help you get back on track and enjoying your running.

Advice to a Parent About Their Promising Young Runner

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A parent whose daughter loves to run is worried that she is being held back by being part of their local club. Hal offers three ways to potentially resolve this problem and keep both the parents and child happy.

5 Steps to Becoming an All Around Cyclist

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Recently, many cyclists have chosen to specialize in a certain aspect of cycling. Coach Nate Wilson explains why this is not a necessarily a good thing and has five steps you can take to be strong in all areas of your cycling.

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