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Four Steps to Getting Over a Bad Race

  

If you race enough, you’ll eventually have a bad day. Don’t let it affect your entire season. Use these four steps to mentally move forward and turn that poor race into an asset. 


How to Warm-up for Long Course Triathlon

  

Getting the right warm-up is the first step to having a great day. The following guidelines will help you determine the best way for you to be primed for racing.


Top 10 Tips For Your Best 100 Mile Mountain Bike Race

  

100 miles is a long way to ride a mountain bike. If you’ve signed up to tackle this challenge, use these tips to guide you to success.


5 Ways to Simulate Open Water Swimming in the Pool

  

If you ask any new triathlete what they’re most afraid of at their first triathlon, 9 out of 10 times they are going to refer to the swim. It’s usually the sport that stops a lot of people from doing their first triathlon. 


Upcoming Webinar: Practical Use of the New Models of WKO 4.0

  

In this webinar, Hunter Allen, co-author of Training and Racing with a Power Meter, will demonstrate how coaches and athletes can use some of the new tools and power models in WKO 4.0.


Swimming As Cross-Training

  

Don’t push too hard in the pool thinking you will improve fitness. You may simply be converting what should be an easy day into a hard day.


Upload Workout Data to TrainingPeaks Using Device Agent

  

Looking for information about how to upload your workout data into TrainingPeaks or WKO+ using Device Agent? Here are some articles in our Help center that can answer your questions.


Why Swimming Makes You Hungry

  

According to Dr. Tanaka, a highly respected researcher, there is little to no scientific evidence that swimming is good for your health. Swimmers tend to be “fatter” than other athletes, especially ultra-distance swimmers. 


Balancing Swim-Bike-Run in Triathlon Training

  

Endurance athletes, especially triathletes, are often pressed for time. If you have a family, a full-time job, or other key commitments in your life, it can be tough to fit in 8-12 hours of training each week. 


Calculating Swimming TSS Score

  

How to manually calculate swimming TSS.


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