Fast Talk interviews the authors of the new and updated Training and Racing with a Power Meter, 3rd Ed. to discuss training zones.
Power coaching expert Hunter Allen shares how your power profile reveals your cycling phenotype—sprinter, pursuiter, all-rounder, time trialist. Take a look at these sample charts to see what the patterns mean.
Training with power is a critical part of reaching the next level of performance. See why you should train with power.
Power meters are changing the landscape of competitive training for cyclists and triathletes. Read this Foreword by Joe Friel and see why this book will improve your training and racing.
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.