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TRAINING TIPS: Threshold Intervals

June 26, 2017 ,
You know what FTP is. You know what your FTP is. So how do you improve it? Threshold Intervals. These 2x20 (or similar) intense intervals are the bread and butter of raising and improving your FTP.
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Training Tips: Seated Sprints

June 15, 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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TRAINING TIPS: Openers

May 31, 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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How Do You Train For Enduro? by Syd Schulz

January 16, 2017 ,
For Syd Schulz, training for enduro in the off-season is all about training your weaknesses. That means strength work and high power work. This is how she does it...
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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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HOW TO: Make The Most of Indoor Cycling

November 3, 2016 ,
Master Educator Lenita Anthony, M.S. dispels indoor cycling myths and explains what to do to make the make the most of any Indoor Cycling Class.
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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: Solve Your Power Puzzle

September 14, 2016 ,
Learning to teach with power can be, well, a bit puzzling at first! Use this easy–to-teach Simple Set to help your cyclists understand the pieces needed to create power or watts.
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5 Reasons To Use A Power Meter To Teach Indoor Classes

September 10, 2016 ,
From a few elite pro cyclists in the late ‘80s to indoor cycling studios all over the world, cycling with a power meter has become a standard. Here is why you should teach indoor cycling with power.
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