Information to help you improve your cycling both indoors and outdoors
Trek-Segafredo performance manager Josu Larrazabal's in-depth guide to getting the most out of your indoor workouts.
Have you considered ditching those long, boring (often cold) base miles in favor of some quick and dirty intervals? You might want to think twice.
As athletes, we’re always looking for ways to get any extra edge. It’s easy to obsess over finding that one, big, shiny key factor that will change everything, like the aero bike or that dimpled time-trial suit, but what if you could identify multiple simpler (and more affordable) off-the-bike areas that you could improve on?
I still remember how excited I was to buy my first bike computer and heart rate monitor. I immediately plugged in my HR zones and started tracking my data using an excel spreadsheet. Then I got a “dumb” trainer and would use HR to train to videos. I felt official when I began using TrainingPeaks to monitor my metrics.