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New Features and the Retirement of Classic

  

We have been working hard over the past two and a half years to transition from our old platform to the new. This move was made in oder to bring you a better user experience, faster speeds, and more features. We are now near the end of that journey, and on July 1st we will be retiring the Classic version of TrainingPeaks. Learn more about the features we have moved over, new features to come, and the features that will be retired.


Improve Your Stability and Mobility With These Simple Exercises

  

Adding in a few exercises to your routine will create a more stable and mobile platform for your muscles to work with greater efficiently.


Power Analysis: Ian Boswell’s 2015 Tour of California

  

Team Sky's Ian Boswell rode the 2015 Tour of California in a support role for his team. A strong all around rider who loves to climb, he ended up finishing 7th overall, just 1:23 back of the winner. Take a look at Boswell's data from every day and see just how strong this up and coming stage racer is.


5 Seasonal Foods you Should be Eating

  

Certain superfoods are well known to help endurance athletes increase performance. However, there are number of tasty seasonal foods that can help you fight the stress of training. Put these five foods on your grocery list to help your body stay healthy.


Power Analysis: 2015 Tour of California

  

At this year's Amgen Tour of California, we will be looking at the power files of Team Tinkoff Saxo rider Michael Morkov. Along with his comments from each stage, we'll give you an inside look at what it takes to ride with the world's best as they take on the Tour of California.


Four Cadence Training Workouts for Mountain Bike Racers

  

Being able to ride in a range of cadences is a critical factor to success for mountain biking. Use these four workouts from Lynda Wallenfels to increase your ability to grind a big gear and spin fluidly.


How Triathletes Can Use Intensity to Increase Performance

  

Many triathletes turn to increasing their volume to help them go faster on race day. However, Coach Lance Watson is here to tell you that building speed and power through intensity is the key to a new P.R. Read more to learn why intensity matters and how you can use it to go faster on race day.


A Twist on the Yasso 800s Workouts

  

If you have ever trained for and run a marathon, you’ve likely heard of the Yasso 800 workout. This classic marathon preparation workout gets an update from Northern Arizona Elite Running Team coach Ben Rosario.


Why Ramp Rate is an Important Training Metric

  

Ramp rate is a metric that monitors your rate of increase or decrease in your fitness over a set time. Coach Joe Friel explains what Ramp Rate is and how you can find the correct rate for you.


Run Analysis: 2015 Boston Marathon Winner

  

Harambee Project athlete Caroline Rotich won the 119th Boston Marathon in a thrilling sprint to the finish. Her coach, Ryan Bolton, gives the details of her race preparation and analyzes her run to show how she won Boston.


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