Archive for April, 2016

Power Training Zones for Cycling

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Setting the correct power training zones is critical to improving as a cyclist or triathlete. Dr. Andy Coggan explains the system for setting zones, as well as how to determine your threshold and other variables that factor into training with power.  

How to Salvage a Bad Workout

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Not every workout goes according to plan. Sometimes you need to make decision to alter a workout or stop altogether. These tips will help you make the most of those days when you feel a little off.

3 Ways to Improve Your Swim Efficiency and Form

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For most triathletes, open water swimming is the most challenging part of race day. Use these tips from Carrie McCusker to improve your form and efficiency to your swim from survival mode to a tactical advantage.

How To Use Aerobic Decoupling

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Aerobic decoupling is a metric that is often overlooked. However, as coach Kyle Wolfe explains, cyclists, triathletes, and runners can use it in training and racing to indicate gains in fitness, understand fueling needs, and create the right pacing strategy.

Improving Rotational Strength for Runners

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Running may not be seen as a rotational sport, but an increase in rotational strength can make you more efficient and faster. Learn more about how rotation plays a part in running form and 12 exercises you can do to become stronger.

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