Forget Marginal Gains and Focus on the Fundamentals
The Art and Science of Time Trials, with Kristin Armstrong and Jim Miller
Q&A on Travel and Training, CTL, Race Prep, and Big Gear LSD Rides, with Kendra Wenzel
Coach Kendra Wenzel helps us answer questions on balancing training and travel, final race prep, big gear work on LSD rides, pushing through or pulling the plug, and training races.
Is Weight Management as Simple As Calories In, Calories Out? With Dr. Timothy Noakes
For decades, weight management has relied on an assumption: that manipulating calorie intake will predict weight gain or loss. But does it actually work?
Sprinting, Overtraining Your Cells, Durability: Rob Pickels & Trevor Connor Nerd Out on Recent Research
Environmental Pollution, Health, and Performance, with Dr. Michael Koehle
Should we modify how, where, and when we train based on our potential exposure to pollutants?
Q&A on Returning from Injury, Weight Management, and Fast-Twitch Fibers, with Renee Eastman
With the help of CTS coach Renee Eastman, we field questions on injury, the power of consistency, weight vs. power, and fast-twitch fibers.
Should We Race by Numbers? With Dirk Friel
Should you pay attention to the numbers on your head unit while you're racing? If so, which ones, and when? We dive in with TrainingPeaks co-founder Dirk Friel.
How Much High-Intensity Training Do You Need?
High-intensity training offers many benefits. It also has limitations. We explore just how much HIT work you need to perform at your best.
How to Assess and Modify Training Mid-Season
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.
Effective Two-A-Day Workout Strategies, with Neal Henderson
Can cycling twice in one day produce the same benefits as one long ride? Do "two-a-days" yield adaptations you can't get any other way? We explore.
The Physiology of Race Season, with Dr. Iñigo San Millán
We explore the physiology of race season—how to find top-end fitness, how long it takes, and the best ways to do it.