Endurance training can sometimes feel like a numbers game. But which numbers matter most?
In this new Pathway, our experts distill a deluge of data into your Key Performance Indicators. Follow the Basic Performance Data Analysis Pathway for a new approach that maximizes signal and minimizes noise.
Experts Tim Cusick, Dirk Friel, Julie Young, Colby Pearce, Ryan Kohler, Trevor Connor, and Dr. Stephen Seiler explore topics like how to monitor training, the 3 most popular data analysis platforms, how to analyze the most effective workout formats, and much more.
Our experts, including CEO Trevor Connor, our Head Coach and Physiologist Ryan Kohler, Dr. Stephen Seiler, Dr. Stephen Cheung, Sebastian Weber, and coach Neal Henderson, will help you progress from basic intervals to workout execution to advanced analysis over 21 articles, interviews, workshops, and workouts.
Forget Marginal Gains and Focus on the Fundamentals
Chris Case, Ryan Kohler, Trevor Connor
In an age when athletes often focus on the specifics, we address the importance of focusing on the fundamentals: training, recovery, and functioning gear—the things that will bring you the greatest return for your investment of time, sweat, and energy.
INSCYD and the Power of Testing Analysis, with Sebastian Weber
Chris Case and Trevor Connor
We compare and contrast various test methods based on three key aspects: 1) the protocol, 2) the data the test provides, and 3) the analysis you can perform with that data.
The Knee Is the Victim
Dr. Andy Pruitt, EdD
Because the knee is caught between the hip and the foot, it often bears the brunt of biomechanical pedaling forces, which leads to injuries. Dr. Andy Pruitt explains why.
Are you tempted to throw out those five-hour rides—not enough time or willpower, or maybe you find them boring? Don’t do it! Trevor Connor explores the adaptations that can only be gained from long, slow miles.
Making a mid-season assessment of your training, and effectively modifying it (if needed), takes skill and confidence. We discuss how to do it, particularly when it comes to structure, recovery, limited time, and top-end form.