Power Profiling


Andy Coggan adds some objectivity to finding your strengths and weaknesses, by creating a "power profile" using your power data. Find out how to compare your power to those of your competitors.

Creating a Performance Management Chart (PMC) in WKO+ 3.0


Creation of the Performance Management Chart is just like adding an extra chart to your home page. And just like other charts, the PMC is also highly customizable.

What Is A Match?


A "match" is an elusive term used by riders, and coaches within the bike racing world. When you burn a match, you have done a hard effort. It's an effort that in which you had to dig deep, or you had to really push yourself. Any bike racer knows what it feels like to have burned a match, but until now, no one has really tried to quantify a <span style="font-family: HelveticaNeueW01-56It;">match.</span>

How to Analyze Power Data in WKO+ 3.0


Hunter Allen, co-author of Training and Racing with a Power Meter, walks through how to analyze a power file on TrainingPeaks WKO+ 3.0 desktop software.

Managing Your Training Stress Balance


In his latest article, Matt Fitzgerald explains the importance of managing your training stress balance, or controlling your workload to maximize your performance in a peak race.

Thresholds 411


Lactate Threshold Pace, Heart Rate and Power all refer to the maximum effort you're able to maintain while your body can still remove the lactate acid being used by the muscles.

Avoiding the Bike-Run Bonk


Taking in too much nutrition during long-distance triathlons is more common than not taking in enough.

Book Excerpt: Fitness, Fatigue and Form


An excerpt from The Training Bible book series defining fitness, fatigue and form; and how the Perfornance Management Chart can help you build and taper for your "A" event.

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