Recently Colby Pearce and I had a wide-ranging discussion about indoor training and it's impact on cycling in the real
Are you warming up properly?
There are many ways to effectively warm-up for a workout or event. It pays to spend a little time experimenting
Training Zones: Why so many different systems?
As part of the ongoing series on Training Zones, this article looks into why there are so many systems and
Should I Train or Should I Rest Now?
This is a recurring question for both serious and casual athletes. We all know that more training = more fitness, but
Heart Rate-based Training Zones: maximum, reserve, threshold
Training zone systems are typically generated from percentages of a reference value or values. In the case of heart rate
Zwift Workout: Flagstaff – Poorman Loop
Add some variety to you Zwift workouts with custom workout simulating a popular training route in Boulder, Colorado. For information
Training Zones: The 3-Zone System
The 3-Zone system is the widely cited in the scientific realm and is utilized across multiple endurance sports. The system
Training Zones: The simple 7-Zone Power-based System
Most of us are at least somewhat familiar with training zones and how to use them to guide training. This
Training Zones: What is the point of training zones?
This is just a quick post inspired by some custom analysis I have been doing on my athletes’ race files.
Protein Requirements for Older Cyclists
As we age, there is a decline in muscle mass and muscle protein synthesis rates, resulting in an increased demand