Canadian Lionel Sanders took the win at the 2016 IRONMAN 70.3 North American Pro Championships on Sunday. With a race best bike and run, Sanders took the win by nearly three minutes. View his bike and run data to see how hard he pushed to take the win.
Many triathletes fall into two categories when it comes to their swim training. Either they focus on technique or volume. Coach Bart Rolet identifies the deficiencies in both of these approaches and gives you ways to balance your training to become faster.
No matter what the distance, pacing your run properly can mean the difference between reaching your goal or falling short. With The Pacing Project, you can create the right strategy for race day. Coach Dave Schell shares his story of how he used The Pacing Project to help his athlete succeed.
For triathletes racing an IRONMAN 70.3 there are several key workouts you can perform to optimize your fitness for race day. Coach Lance Watson outlines six workouts that will help you be ready to reach your goals.
For runners taking on their first Half marathon, the challenge can seem overwhelming. Coach Allie Burdick identifies four key elements of preparation and what you should and should not do to be prepared on race day.
Preparing for a Gran Fondo takes dedicated training and a good plan. Use these tips and strategies from coach Taylor Thomas to create a plan that will help you achieve your goals.
Setting the correct power training zones is critical to improving as a cyclist or triathlete. Dr. Andy Coggan explains the system for setting zones, as well as how to determine your threshold and other variables that factor into training with power.
Not every workout goes according to plan. Sometimes you need to make decision to alter a workout or stop altogether. These tips will help you make the most of those days when you feel a little off.
For most triathletes, open water swimming is the most challenging part of race day. Use these tips from Carrie McCusker to improve your form and efficiency to your swim from survival mode to a tactical advantage.
Aerobic decoupling is a metric that is often overlooked. However, as coach Kyle Wolfe explains, cyclists, triathletes, and runners can use it in training and racing to indicate gains in fitness, understand fueling needs, and create the right pacing strategy.
Running may not be seen as a rotational sport, but an increase in rotational strength can make you more efficient and faster. Learn more about how rotation plays a part in running form and 12 exercises you can do to become stronger.
Running with another runner is a great way to stay motivated. However, sometimes that person may be a bit slower or less experienced than you are. These five steps from Stratton Lawrence will help you get in the training you need while staying with your partner.
The cycling season is kicking off and your first race is likely coming up soon. These tips from coach O’brien Forbes will help beginners and veterans arrive at the race prepared and ready to reach their goals.
The new Athlete Home offers a simple way to view important information around your events and goals, upcoming workouts, and trends in fitness. Find out more about how the new Athlete Home can make it easier for you to stay on track, view your progress, and be better prepared for race day.
To avoid repeating an injury while increasing mileage to run a half marathon, is it wise to double the length of a program? While that is one approach, Hal has another idea to consider when looking to ease into increasing your run volume.
Tracking Heart Rate Variability (HRV) can give you more insights into your body’s response to your training load. Using TrainingPeaks compatible apps makes tracking HRV simple, and can help you decide when to go hard and when to back off.
Most runners use a seven day training cycle when preparing for an event. However, there is no inherent reason to stick with a standard week. Coach Allie Burdick suggests adding two days to your training cycle to help you get more from your training.
The Pacing Project is a unique pacing calculator that segments a race course by terrain rather than simple mile markers and uses physiologic constraints to develop an optimal pacing strategy. TrainingPeaks’ Chief Scientist, Ryan Cooper, explains how it started, what is does, and how the team validated the underlying technology for incredible accuracy.
Training for a marathon and an ultra marathon in the same season can be tricky. Hal offers his advice on how to continue training after running 26.2 miles in order to run a successful 38 mile ultra marathon.
Team ORICA GreenEDGE rider Mathew Hayman took the biggest win of his career winning Paris-Roubaix on Sunday. Hayman got in the early break of 16 riders to save energy and was well positioned when some of the sport's elite caught up. In the final kilometers, Hayman covered attacks, counter-attacked and was able to take the sprint to the line. See his power numbers from the day and learn what it takes to win Paris-Roubaix.