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In order to brand your coaching business, you need to quickly and concisely answer these four questions about what type of coach you want to become.
Endurance sports involve just as much, and at times more, mental stress than physical. Here are three different ways you can help your athletes learn to adapt to common training and race-day stressors.
With more and more products offering VO2max estimates, it’s important to learn how they work and which ones will give you the most accurate data on your athlete’s fitness levels and race-readiness.
Athletes have different wants and needs that may not always require one-on-one coaching. Training plans can fit the space between coaching and self-coaching, and provide you with a profitable way of reaching more athletes at once.
Earn 12 USA Triathlon CEUs and 15 USA Cycling CEUs while you learn valuable coaching and business skills amongst the backdrop of the nation’s endurance capital.
Our new monthly series featuring a Q&A with some of TrainingPeaks' top coaches.
Running power meters are great tools for measuring—and correcting for—common muscular imbalances found in endurance athletes, and is also of great use for identifying proper training and recovery needs.
A successful TrainingPeaks coach outlines the various myths about training plans, and how you can build your brand and your business with some careful planning.
Understanding ramp rate will help you keep better track of your athletes' Chronic Training Load and fatigue as you and your athletes gear up for racing season.