Garmin, Stryd, RPM2, SHFT: Power meters for running are here. But running with power is very different from using GPS pace. Try these power-based workouts to get your head around this new way of doing things.
Coach Ryan Bolton breaks down the running power meter data of an elite runner who placed top 10 at the New York City Marathon. What does the power meter tell us about the importance of run pacing on this iconic marathon race course?
On my first run after setting my power zones using Jim Vance’s method, I noticed something puzzling: the easy run was much harder than I was expecting it to be.
If you’ve ever done an Ironman, you know your marathon running pace is much slower than you could run if you were fresh, running an open marathon. But what is that race pace for you off the bike? How can you determine it?
Triathlon coach Jim Vance has announced a partnership with Final Surge to provide power-based run training zones and power-based training plans on the Final Surge platform. Coach Vance is the author of Run with Power, the groundbreaking guide to running with a power meter. Now, in the Final Surge platform, Jim’s power-based training zones are […]
RunwithPower.net is pleased to announce a new partnership with SHFT, a manufacturer of a power-based wearable device that is designed to help runners improve their technique and run more efficiently and with fewer injuries. Beginning this spring while supplies last, runners who purchase a SHFT will receive a free copy of Run with Power: The Complete […]
Stryd, VeloPress, and Sansego assembled a panel of power meter experts during the Ironman World Championships to discuss the state of the art in using power meters for running and triathlon.
Stryd, VeloPress, and Sansego assembled a panel of power meter experts to discuss the state of the art in using power meters for running and triathlon.
In this segment from the panel discussion, TrainingBible coach Jim Vance discusses how runners need to train at the right intensities.
Coach Jakobsen shares how the running power meter lets you explore different movement patterns to find the running technique that’s most efficient for you at different speeds.
In this segment from the panel discussion, coaches Jim Vance and Frank Jakobsen share two kinds of workouts they prescribe for their athletes to test and improve their running efficiency.
Be an early adopter, says Dr. Coggan, or you are letting your competition get a long head start.
In this segment from the panel discussion, Bob Babbitt asks Sansego coach Frank Jakobsen to share some ways he has successfully used running power meters with Craig Alexander and other athletes.
Bob Babbitt interviews triathlon coach Jim Vance about Ironman Kona and using a power meter.
Bob Babbitt to Moderate a “Power Panel” Featuring Jim Vance, Craig Alexander, Erin Carson, and Frank Jakobsen the Week Before Ironman World Championships
August 24, 2016 — Boulder, Colorado — Stryd, the pioneering device manufacturer of wearable power meters for running, has announced a second generation power meter. Working with Olympic runners and triathletes during the 2016 Summer Games, Stryd put the finishing touches on an unprecedented product that measures the power runners produce and how efficiently they run. The […]
Why are runners skeptical about using power meters? VeloPress explores some reasons based on our conversations with runners on social media.
VeloPress has released the first two weeks of Jim Vance’s Sub-1:40 Half-Marathon Training Plan that is included in Run with Power.