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How to Quickly Transition from Swim to Bike in a Triathlon

  

Transitions are often called the fourth event in a triathlon as your total transition time counts toward your race time. Learn how to execute a fast swim to bike transition in this video by David Glover.


Making Fall a Successful Season

  

The fall season can be a time to reap the benefits of your training. Coach Nick Radkewich has three areas of focus for all endurance athletes to make the fall season a successful one.


How To Choose Your Race Day Tactics

  

Having a plan on race day is critical to maximizing your potential. These six questions from coach Jim Vance will help you create the right strategy for success.


The Power of Presence

  

Mental toughness is often associated with aggression, focus, and an unwavering ability to endure. Staying present is a far less bullish way to think about mental toughness but it might be one of the most important skills you can learn if you want to truly become mentally tough.


Choosing the Best Bike Saddle

  

One of the most common questions from cyclists and triathletes is how to find the perfect saddle. Learn from fit expert Mat Steinmetz how you can find the right saddle through the type of saddle, posture, and position.


Boost Your Performance Using Simple Baking Soda

  

Can a simple product found in any grocery store help your performance by up to 3 percent? Molly Bresslin investigates the use of sodium bicarbonate, or simple baking soda, as an ergogenic aid.


WKO4 Data Analysis: Luke Rowe Tour de France Stage 17

  

Team Sky's Luke Rowe had a very successful Tour de France. We used WKO4 to get a more in depth look at Rowe's data to see exactly what he did to help his team during Stage 17.


The Real Cause of Muscle Cramps

  

Cramping is an issue that many endurance athletes face. New research is being done that shows that cramps are not caused by muscles, they are neuromuscular. Dr. Bob Murray sheds light on this new theory that may change how athletes deal with cramps.


Overcoming Your Fear of Open Water Swimming

  

Neuroscience holds the clues to why open water swimming scares many of us. It also tells us how to do something about it. You can train your brain to swim fearless.


5 Steps for Coming Back From a Mid-Season Injury

  

Injuries are an unfortunate part of training, and when they happen mid-season they are especially hard to deal with. These steps from Derek Loudermilk will help you get through this period to recover and get back to training.


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