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TrainingPeaks Success Story: How This Pilot Found Balance and Structure With a Coach

  

As an IRONMAN athlete and commercial pilot, Jeff’s schedule was hard to predict. By working with a coach, he learned how to train smarter, not harder.


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Expert Instruction: What Does It Depend On?

  

Being a good coach comes down to your willingness to be open-minded and factually rigorous at the same time. Here’s how one successful coach constantly works toward that balance.


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How to Coach the Overly Busy Athlete

  

Tips for coaches on how to deal with athletes who have serious goals—but not a lot of time.


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4 Tips for Growing Your Coaching Business Using Social Media

  

These four social media tips will help you improve upon or start your social media presence in a way that will help you grow your brand, find new athletes, retain the ones you have—and have fun along the way.


How to Use WKO4 to Identify a Sprinter’s Strengths and Weaknesses

  

Using WKO4, coaches and athletes can develop their own tools to assess limiters during sprinting and create effective training plans to address them.


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The Best of 2017: Our Top 5 Coaching Articles

  

From knowing when it’s time to break up with your athlete to tips for encouraging your clients to give you workout feedback, here are our top-five coaching articles from 2017.


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4 Tips for Improving Athlete Retention

  

Follow these four strategies to encourage better long-term coach-athlete engagement, as well as improved performance for your athlete over time.


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The Athlete-Coach Relationship

  

In this excerpt from Matt Dixon’s book “The Fast-Track Triathlete: Balancing a Big Life With Big Performance in Long Course Triathlon,” he highlights the importance of the coach-athlete relationship.


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Say #ThanksCoach and Show Your Appreciation

  

As an athlete, it is important to remember and thank the people that have helped you achieve your goals, and often one key person is a coach. TrainingPeaks has created #ThanksCoach as a way for athletes of all levels to recognize all the hard work their coach has done to help them achieve their goals.


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Q&A With QT2 Systems Coach and Four-Time Kona Qualifier Bruce Cook

  

This retired floor trader hit his stride in the triathlon world at age 60 by getting the right coach, the right diet and a killer mindset.


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