Article from Competitor on Power for Running

Here's an article from Competitor on power meters for running, (written by Brian Metzler), which I contributed quotes for. Since the 1950s, distance runners have trained by following structured programs and workouts backed by physiological testing and years and years of positive results. Beginning in the late 1980s, heart-rate m...

Ironman and 70.3 Speed and Pace Charts

Many athletes want to achieve a certain split, either for the bike or run, but have little idea of how fast that split actually is. The following charts are little cheat sheets I created for reference of the actual speed/pace that correlates to the time/split. For running, we did it in both min/km and min/mile. Special thanks to Dan Feeney, for his help cre...

Pre-Workout Preparation and Routine

Trainingpeaks asked me to write an article on things to do before a workout, and I thought it was a great topic. I think a lot of athletes just jump into a workout, without proper preparation to maximize the time and investment. Here's what I wrote.... 5 Things to Do Before Every Workout Many athletes start their workout by lacing up their shoes or...