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.
Training twice a day is a method used by many elite level runners to achieve high levels of fitness. Coach and author Matt Fitzgerald explains how any runner can use this same tactic to achieve their goals.
Block Periodization can help athletes over 40 push themselves while taking into account their limitations. Coach Matt Fitzgerald explains the why and how behind this training concept.
In the first of three articles around run training for masters athletes, Matt Fitzgerald discusses the benefits of using an extended microcycle.
You don't need to devote your entire life to training in order to achieve your Ironman goals. Here's how to train for a fast Ironman in just 12 hours a week.
All else being equal, the lighter you are, the better you will perform as a cyclist or runner. But, of course, all else is not equal. As you lose weight, various aspects of your internal physiology change, especially if your weight loss is primarily training induced.
There are a million different ways to do an interval workout on the bike. And that's just the problem. With so many formats to choose from, how do you decide which workout is the best workout for you?
“It's better to be 10 percent undertrained than 5 percent overtrained.” I think we can agree that this rule is true in spirit, but not literally true.
Coach Matt Fitzgerald compares linear and non-linear methods of periodization and determines which method might be best.
Most triathletes have one or two disciplines that frustrate them. Here's how to turn that discipline into your strength.