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.
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Can't believe Kona is over? Keep the Big Island spirit going by checking out power data and infographics from some of the best athletes in the field including Luke McKenzie, Meredith Kessler, Pete Jacobs, Craig Alexander and more.
During the centennial Tour de France, we published power data for nearly every stage on TrainingPeaks.com, the CyclingNews Tour Tracker, CyclingNews.com, VeloNews.com and several other websites. With the Tour done, we went ahead and picked the best power files from the past three weeks - some of which have yet to be published anywhere else.
As the effectiveness of power meters became more widely accepted on the road, it was only a matter of time before mountain bikers started to consider using them as well. Trail riders tend to be more about “the ride” than the data. And while that’s fair, riders may never talk about watts over the flow of a perfect run, collecting data can make you a faster, more complete rider. So, should you buy a power meter for your mountain bike?
TrainingPeaks is proud to announce that we are the power analysis provider for the 2013 CyclingNews Tour Tracker mobile app for iPhone, iPad and Android. Download the free app for your phone, and check out our full analysis on TrainingPeaks.com/TDF too.