Training


Follow these 6 Rules to Avoid Injury

  

None of these rules should be news or revolutionary to any athlete. The real trick is to integrate ALL of them into your next training block to have the most effective injury avoidance strategy you can.


training at altitude

Why A Pulse Oximeter Could Be Your New Favorite Training Gadget

  

Whether you use a pulse oximeter for altitude training or monitoring your recovery, it is a simple and easy-to-use tool that can give you valuable insights.


glutes firing

Your Glutes Are Firing, I Promise

  

Have you ever been told that your glutes are not firing? This common explanation for injuries and gait issues has become overused and oversimplified; if your glutes were not firing, you would not be able to walk upright!


core runner

The Best Core Exercises for Runners

  

Getting that six-pack has the added benefit of making you a faster, more efficient runner. Here are the exercises you need to have your strongest core ever.


short distance running

5 Reasons Long-Distance Runners Should Race Short Distances Too

  

Even ultra marathoners can benefit from training for and racing shorter distances. Find out why and how to integrate shorter runs into your schedule.


Sweat and hydration

GTN Presents: Sweat Testing and Hydration

  

In this episode of GTN’s “Triathlon Training Explained,” they look at hydration and show how sweat tests work and how helpful they can be for delivering actionable insights about your race day hydration strategy.


serge pauwels

Could You Handle Serge Pauwels’ Mountain Training?

  

TrainingPeaks interviews Team Dimension Data for Qhebeka's climbing coach Jon Baker to find out how climber Serge Pauwels prepared for the Tour de France.


rolling resistance

Understanding Rolling Resistance

  

Here’s your guide to better understanding the often overlooked force component of rolling resistance, and how a minor change like switching out your tires might make a noticeable difference on race day.


tour de france stage 5

2018 Tour de France: Stage 5 Power File Analysis

  

Stage 5 saw some of the Tour's first climbing. See how Mathew Hayman and Damien Howson fared as the race rolled through Brittany.


tour de france stage 3

2018 Tour de France: Stage 3 TTT Analysis

  

An inside look at the power files of Simon Clarke and Mathew Hayman from the stage 3 Team Time Trial at the Tour de France.


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