Archive for May, 2016

4 Tips to Becoming a Better Criterium Racer

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Racing strong at your next criterium takes more than just being fit. Experienced Cat 1 racer and cycling coach Sofia Marin offers straightforward race-day tips to boost your crit performance. See how making small adjustments to your pre-race preparation, positioning, and finishing strategy can help take your racing to the next level.

TrainingPeaks Announces Integration With TomTom Watches

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TomTom sport watches and TrainingPeaks are now compatible, offering an auto-sync integration for easier data transfer. 

Using the 80/20 Rule to Balance Triathlon Training Intensity

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Many triathletes struggle with getting their training mix of volume and intensity correct. Matt Fitzgerald explains what the 80/20 rule is and how triathletes can use it optimize their training and racing.

Recovering From a Broken Collarbone: Part 2

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After your broken collarbone is repaired and you’ve gone through some rehabilitation, the next step is to get back in shape. In part 2 of this series, Shayne Gaffney outlines when you can get back on the bike and offers his tips for a quicker return to fitness.

WKO4 Training Metrics: Introducing Stamina

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