Comparing Power Meter Data on a Bicycle

I have been playing with multiple power meters on my bike recently so that I can use a different power meter with my new disk wheels.  This has been a project since well before the ITU World Championship in early October.  The results of this comparison will be the subject of a future post.  Today’s post is about something much geekier– how to actually compare power meter data. Continue reading

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Training Tip: Using Short Recovery Intervals in Your Training

This post covers two completely different training ideas that share a common link– very short recoveries.  They are both super-potent but in different ways.  First, I will talk about high-intensity intervals (HIIT).  Then I will also tackle using short recoveries in a very different context– long aerobic “broken” intervals.  If there is one “ah hah” moment in my coaching and athletic training over the last year, it’s been all about using short recoveries.

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