Archive for October, 2016

Predictions: Bike Times of the Pros at the IRONMAN World Championships

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The heat, humidity, wind, and terrain of the 2016 IRONMAN World Championships push every athlete to their limit. Chief Scientist of Best Bike Split Ryan Cooper explains how the conditions will impact the professionals and offers his predictions for their bike times.

Adjusting Your Race Plan Based on Weather and Elevation

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Environmental conditions can make a big difference in how you approach your race. Chief Scientist of Best Bike Split Ryan Cooper explains how altitude, heat, and humidity can affect your race plan.

Lessons Learned From a Poor Performance In Kona

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Triathletes that qualify for the IRONMAN World Championships often place an extra level of expectation and stress on themselves in the lead up to race day and on the day itself. Learn from the mistakes of Andy Blow how to manage your preparation and tactics for the race.

Andy Potts' Low Mileage Run Strategy to Prepare for the IRONMAN World Championships

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American Andy Potts continues to be one of the most versatile and successful triathletes in the sport. Learn how he and his coach use low mileage run training to prepare for the marathon in Kona and see data from one of his key workouts. 

Joe Skipper's Quest to Find His Ideal Bike Position

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Professional triathlete Joe Skipper is one of the strongest cyclists in the sport due to both his power and incredibly aerodynamic position. Chief Scientist of Best Bike Split Ryan Cooper explains how Skipper continues to refine his position with the help of data and testing.

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