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Learn Skills. Master Techniques.

In our library of Technique videos, we partner with experts and coaches who reveal their techniques and skills—and how you can master them.

Some Technique videos cover physical skills like cornering or bunny hopping while others cover mental techniques like how to sift performance data.

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The Athlete's Guide to Foam Rolling

The Athlete’s Guide to Foam Rolling

Strength and conditioning expert Menachem Brodie explains why and how you should use foam rolling to improve recovery.

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Siren Seiler Dr. Stephen Seiler

If Dr. Stephen Seiler Were Your Dad, How Would You Train? Part 2

Dr. Seiler and his daughter Siren talk about intensity zones, peaking and riding the wave, recovery diagnostics, strength training, pistol squat PRs, Paula Radcliffe, and the loneliness of the high-level female endurance athlete.

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Siren Seiler Dr. Stephen Seiler

If Dr. Stephen Seiler Were Your Dad, How Would You Train? Part 1

If your dad were a world-class exercise physiologist like, say, Dr. Stephen Seiler, how would you train? Probably pretty effectively. In this case study of one, Dr. Seiler chats with his daughter and runner, Siren, to review her career and training methods.

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cyclocross power analysis racing Jess Case

How to Analyze Cyclocross Power Files

Coach Grant Holicky and head coach Ryan Kohler teach you how to analyze cyclocross power files in TrainingPeaks.

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polarized training lactate curve Dr. Stephen Seiler

Training Intensity Zones: Research vs. Practice

Dr. Stephen Seiler explains the endurance training zones schemes he uses in research (3 zones) and in practice working with Norwegian coaches and athletes (5 zones) as part of the Norwegian Olympic Federation model.

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Isaiah Newkirk indoor cycling at CU physiology testing laboratory

Adjustments to Train Indoors

There are four balances to strike when training indoors: 1) bone health, 2) muscular balance, 3) intensity and duration balance in our training sessions and 4) energy balance

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