Archive for March, 2016

Using Metrics and Coaching to Achieve Your Goals and Enjoy the Process

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Finding a balance between enjoying your training and racing while also improving can be difficult. Learn how Andy Stephens, a father, businessman, and endurance athlete found the right combination for him.

A Short Taper For The Boston Marathon

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One runner wonders about a two week taper leading into the Boston Marathon. Read Hal’s answer as to why one specific plan utilizes this short taper, and why it may, or may not be for you.

How To Prepare for a Gravel Grinder

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Gravel grinder races have gained popularity by combining an endurance challenge with the adventure of going off road. Coach Taylor Thomas outlines a few simple steps you can take to be ready for this unique style of racing.

A Triathlete’s Guide To the First Race of the Season

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Your first race of the season should be one that sets you up for a successful season. These guidelines from coach Lance Watson will help you with race selection, perfecting your race day routine, determining your race tactics, and getting your equipment and nutrition dialed in.

How Cyclists Should Plan for Multiple Peaks in a Season

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The cycling season is long, and many riders have multiple A priority races on their calendar. Use these guidelines from Stephen Gallagher to learn how you can plan your training and racing in order to hit your peak form multiple times this season.

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