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For anyone who watched the Ironman World Championships last week, you witnessed a clinic in how to run by Patrick Lange, the winner and new Ironman World Champion. His stride looked effortless, long, light, and fluid. Patrick is a natural runner which showed in the way he ran, maintaining perfect technique for the duration of […]
Read more The road to more power on the bike isn’t to go harder!
What is Proprioception? Proprioception is defined as: The unconscious perception of movement and spatial orientation arising from stimuli within the body itself. In humans, these stimuli are detected by nerves within the body itself, as well as by the semicircular canals of the inner ear. As adults, it can be difficult to learn […]
Triathlon racing, which lacks the teamwork and peloton components of road racing, is an individual experience and relies solely on the abilities of the athlete. Add to that more affordable power meters and the cycling leg of a triathlon, for better or worse, has become a numbers game. For a faster bike split you need to […]