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TrainingPeaks’ Top 10 Articles of 2014

As we head into 2015, now is the time to look back at the year that was. Take a moment to read our top 10 articles of 2014 and apply what you learn to your 2015 training.

If you happened to miss one of our top articles of 2014, here is your chance to catch up. We’ve compiled our ten most popular articles from the past year so you can learn more about training and racing and reach your 2015 goals. 

10 Things Endurance Athletes Need to Stop Doing 

Coach Jim Vance lays out 10 things you may be doing that are hurting your training.

Zone 2 Training for Endurance Athletes

From Dr. Inigo San Milan, this article points out the many benefits of training in zone 2.

Three Indoor Cycling Workouts Under 1 Hour

These three workouts from Coach Jim Rutberg will help you build fitness on the bike in less than one hour.

How Tinkoff-Saxo Manages Fitness and Fatigue Over a Season 

We worked with Tinkoff-Saxo and rider Manuele Boaro to get an inside look into how they manage a long season.

Weight Gain During High-Volume Training? How To Avoid the “Endurance 15” 

Coach Rick Kattouf outlines his answer to the common question of why endurance athletes can’t shed weight when training.

Six Ways to Build Power and a Smooth Pedal Stroke 

Coach O’brien Forbes lays out a simple plan along with workouts to help you become smoother and stronger on the bike.

Seven Reasons to Take Off Your Headphones 

You may love to workout to music, but there are times when you should unplug. Read the top seven reasons from Dan Cuson. 

Three Ways To Improve Functional Threshold Power 

Improving your Functional Threshold Power is a must for cycling success. Nate Wilson shares his favorite three workouts you can do to raise your FTP and get stronger.

5 Key Attributes of Winning Athletes 

Hunter Allen looks into 5 aspects that set winning athletes apart. Read this article and use them to achieve your goals. 

How to Train With Power and Heart Rate 

If you have both power and heart rate, this article from Mike Schultz helps you use them in conjunction to get the most detailed information. 

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