Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last month or so, you have no doubt heard about the upcoming Stryd running power meter. As far as I can tell, DC Rainmaker was the first to do a review of the unit. Since then, more and more publications have been talking about it. If you haven’t heard of it, it’s a power meter for running and here are my thoughts on it. Continue reading
I just wanted to write a short post clarifying my position on lactate threshold and some exciting new product information to help optimize your training. Continue reading
If you’ve watched either my TT training ride video or my race footage from my recent 40K TT, you’ll know that I haven’t perfected the art of stabilization or adding variety to my point-of-view. DC Rainmaker has been much more plugged in with this technology than I am and previews some really cool technology that’s coming out that will be real game-changers if you use a video camera.
A funny thing happens when a lot of people sign up quickly for a Kickstarter project– the creators use the extra funding to reach for a “stretch goal,” If you care anything about your running performance and want to avoid getting injured, you’ll want to read more and back this project! Continue reading
Yesterday, Nick Pang over at the Natural Running Center had a great post on the runScribe running kinematics monitor. To me, the great takeaway from the article was the specific data points that we should be interested in when I’m evaluating running shoes. This is a mini-post sharing what I learned– and an idea about how to make this data even more awesome and usable. Continue reading