Archive for November, 2016

Riding Quiet: How to Perfect Your Technique For Better Output On the Bike

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By putting an emphasis on technique with the following drills, you’ll enter next season a more efficient, powerful rider.

Strength and Flexibility Exercises for the Indoor Training Season

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Indoor cycling is an efficient way to train, however it lacks many of the sport-specific movements of outdoor riding and can lead to overuse injuries and muscle imbalances. These eight bodyweight exercises will counteract these imbalances and help keep you pain free all winter long.

How Monitoring Your Heart Rate Variability Helps You Avoid Overtraining

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Tracking your Heart Rate Variability provides additional insight into your readiness to accept training load, helping you ward off injury, illness and overtraining. 

Power Analysis: How Lionel Sanders Broke the IRONMAN World Record

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Lionel Sanders recently set the IRONMAN record with a time of 7:44:29 at IRONMAN Arizona. Best Bike Split’s Ryan Cooper interviewed Lionel and took a closer look at his bike and run files to see how the race unfolded.

Tracking Cadence, Heart Rate, and Pace While Running

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Coach Carrie McCusker explains how tracking cadence, heart rate and pace allows for better pacing, efficiency, form, and economy, and will help you train and race more intelligently.

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