At TrainingPeaks, we’re in business of helping people to achieve their goals, so when it came to giving back for the holiday season we naturally decided to set ourselves a goal: by January 1, 2014, TrainingPeaks would like to purchase 300 bikes for World Bicycle Relief in order to change over 1000 lives.
When it comes to replenishing the body after a tough workout, athletes have hoards of options, but few make a direct and fast impact.
Men and women are not created equal (thank goodness, right?) and these differences not only affect our fueling needs, but also our selection of equipment, bikes, components and apparel.
A year-round strength training program is a key component to becoming a well-rounded, injury-free and successful triathlete. The best way to organize a year-round strength training protocol is to break it up into phases, similar to how you break up your triathlon training according to periodization.
In 2012, 36-year old James Lawrence from Utah broke the world record for the most iron distance races completed in one year: a mind boggling 30.