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HOW TO: Make The Most of Winter Training

December 11, 2017
From Benjamin Sharp is a comprehensive lists of Do's & Don't's that will help you make the most of (and survive) all those good 'ol indoor training sessions this winter.
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HOW TO: Analyze Your Power File

October 9, 2017 ,
You rode. You collected power data. Now what? Benjamin Sharp, Stages Education Specialist, gives a comprehensive look at how to explain all that data.
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TRAINING TIPS: Openers

June 30, 2017 ,
Opener workouts are about preparing your body for the tomorrows event. They are typically performed the day before a race, and touch each of the energy systems relevant for performance.
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Training Tips: Seated Sprints

June 30, 2017
Seated sprints are explosive efforts focusing on muscular strength. In fact, it's a misnomer to call these "sprints," time trialists and triathletes can also benefit from these when done in the....
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Understanding FTP

December 14, 2016
Knowing your FTP and understanding your FTP are two different things. Once you understand why the numbers are what they are you can better develop a plan to get stronger and faster.
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What are Spindles: BB30, Race Face Next SL & 30mm

October 11, 2016 ,
The Stages Carbon model is one power meter that can work for many 30mm bottom brackets: BB30, PF30, 386Evo, BBright and Race Face Cinch 30mm, to name a few. All you need is the right Spindle.
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Using Workout Mode with Stages Dash

One of the biggest values of training with a power meter is being able to complete a workout exactly as prescribed. With Workout Mode in Stages Dash you no longer need post-its on your top tube.
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How To: Perform Micro Intervals

April 17, 2016
Power Education Specialist Benjamin Sharp talks about using Micro Intervals to simulate the demands of racing. These 10-15 minutes pieces consist of alternating Zone 3 and Zone 5 work.
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Understanding Power to Weight

April 10, 2016
Power Education Benjamin Sharp talks about why power to weight matters when cycling. Unfortunately, the absolute watt number isn't the only factor that determines performance.
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How To: Perform Hill Intervals

April 8, 2016
Power Education Specialist Ben Sharp talks about how to properly perform Hill Intervals using Stages Power. Hill Intervals are four 5-minute efforts done on a hill with a brief rest period between eac
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