Not every race takes places in perfect conditions. Learn from former professional triathlete and coach Nick Radkewich how you can be ready to handle whatever Mother Nature throws at you.
While communicating with your coach is critical to success, not every detail is super important. Bethany Rutledge breaks down what your coach values, and what they can do without.
The fall season is packed with running events of all distances. If you are starting to worry that you may not be ready for your event, these tips from coach Bob Mittleman will help you be prepared and ready to achieve your goals.
Triathletes, runners, and cyclists all like to push their bodies to the limit. However, it is how well you recover that determines how much quality training you can do. Coach Lynda Wallenfels explains the best recovery practices that will help you stay healthy and training hard.
Preparing for the first cyclocross race of the season takes a lot of planning, especially when it is a key race. See how pro cyclocross racer Rebecca Fahringer and her coach Kyle Wolfe created and executed a long term plan to achieve her goal.
As summer winds down, many cyclists still have plenty of fitness but lack a main goal to prepare for. Coach O'Brien Forbes has three ways you can make the most of your fitness this fall and prepare for next season.
With the 2016 season winding down, many athletes are already putting events on their calendar for next year. Once you’ve selected your big events, the next step is to identify the specific demands it will place on you and set up your training to meet those demands. Coach Richard Rollinson explains how you can use WKO4 for that process and be ready to reach your goals.
Training for a full or half marathon takes dedication and discipline, but listening to advice from those who have been through it before can help you avoid mistakes that will hold you back. Allie Burdick has been running for almost 20 years and has her list of top five mistakes to avoid as you prepare to reach your goals.
Many cyclists and triathletes have turned to power meters to help them improve. If you’re still not sure about how a power meter can help you, these four reasons from coach Carrie McCusker will help you understand the value they provide.
Endurance sports do more than just improve your physical health. Training and racing also brings a sense of satisfaction after a job well done. Brad Stulberg explains how endurance sports impact your sense of accomplishment and happiness.
Canadian Lionel Sanders had a hard fought ninth place at the IRONMAN 70.3 World Championships. View his bike and run data to see how hard he pushed himself.
The IRONMAN 70.3 World Championships will see the top professional triathletes battling to take the title of World Champion. Best Bike Split Chief Scientist Ryan Cooper breaks down the course, the weather, and the power from top athletes and offers his predictions on who will take home the crown.
Top performance can be a matter of life and death for alpinist David Goettler. After years of being self-coached, Goettler realized he needed an expert to help him attain a higher level of fitness. Goettler describes how hiring a coach has helped him achieve his goals and inspired him to reach for more.
Run power meters are the newest way for runners and triathletes to measure their workload and analyze their efforts. Coach Jim Vance explains what these power meters measure, how they work, and how you can use the data to be a better runner.
Strong aerobic fitness is crucial to being a successful cyclist or triathlete. Using heart rate and specific charts in WKO4 allows you to track this important metric to build fitness and see when to change the focus of your training.
Triathletes racing late season races in hot climates face the challenge of acclimating to the conditions. Coach Lance Watson offers his tips and advice on how you can prepare for warm weather race no matter where you live.
Danish triathlete Helle Frederiksen started her triathlon career as a short course specialist, making the Olympic Team in 2012. She then transitioned to long course racing and has won many of the biggest races in the sport. Read her words on how her coach, Joel Filliol, was instrumental in giving her the confidence and guidance to make her transition a successful one.
Many triathletes are hooked on the sport after their first race and wonder how they can improve their training and upgrade their equipment. These five tips from Allie Burdick will help you decide what changes you can make to take your training and racing to the next level.
For coaches getting started with a new athlete, or for self-coached athletes, analyzing the details around fitness history, strengths and weaknesses, response to training load, and more helps to more quickly develop a truly effective program. Coach Eric Griffin outlines how he uses WKO4 to gain faster insights.
American Amber Neben convincingly won the La Route de France Féminine Internationale, a tough eight day stage race in northern France. Her coach Tim Cusick used WKO4 to break down two key stage victories that allowed her to take the win.