Watch the second installment of our 4-part webinar series about the new science of WKO 4.0. In part two, Dr. Andy Coggan presents the limitations of several current power models.
To be the top female age group Ironman athlete takes time and commitment. So does being a medical student. Great Britain’s Catherine Faux has not only taken on but excelled in both of these activities.
Julie Urlaub is the founder and managing partner of Taiga Company, a Golden, Colorado-based social media consulting company for sustainable businesses. She’s also an accomplished ultra endurance mountain biker, whose favorite event is the 24-hour solo. Here’s how this entrepreneur manages running a business with training and racing in some of the toughest endurance events in the country.
To race the Ironman World Championships is a dream for many age group athletes. For a select few, that dream goes further. See how Kyle Buckingham (M30-34) and Sam Gyde (M35-39) dreamed big and made it happen in 2013.
The first installment of our free, 4-part webinar series on the new science behind WKO 4 ran on Tuesday evening. To introduce and support the new power-duration model, which is the basis of WKO 4, Dr. Andy Coggan first provided this primer on how to evaluate mathematical models.