COVID times have been strange and it's strange not to be asked "so what race are you training for?" The absence of this simple question is because of the lack of seeing one another and the lack of rac
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It happens. The season ends and you're ready for a little break from your bike. Maybe you just finished your big race and you're not ready to see a saddle for a few months or maybe your season didn't go as expected Whatever the case, if you've put in a lot of hours on the bike this season, it's time to give it a little TLC.
The Boston Marathon. It’s the holy grail for any endurance runner and a goal that many runners will chase season after season. Qualifying for Boston requires focus and a plan. We reached out to our teams and clubs to ask for their best tips on how to qualify for this bucket list race.
If you’re around cyclists or triathletes for long enough, you’re likely to hear someone casually say, ‘so what’s your FTP’? While this may seem like a rather normal question in the triathlon community, training with power has become a popular training measure within the triathlon and cycling community over the past few years. Whether you’re a newbie or a seasoned vet, training with power can benefit you.