Monthly Archives: May 2016

WKO4 Training Metrics: Introducing Stamina

When launched, WKO4 introduced the Power Duration Model, a robust construct of the power duration relationship for cyclists designed by Dr. Andrew Coggan.

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The Pros And Cons Of SRAM’s 1X Setup For Triathletes

Four reasons to consider the latest 1X drivetrain setup. A hot topic in the cycling world has been the introduction of SRAM’s 1X (pronounced “one by”) setup. The company aims to make things simpler with the elimination of a front derailleur and a single front chainring.

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Why Steady Efforts On The Bike Are Best

Stable efforts are your best bet for the fastest bike leg in a triathlon. The old adage “slow and steady wins the race” is half true. While no triathlete wants to be slow in the saddle, harnessing a steady pace has been shown, literally, to win the race.

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