Do you train and race by fact or by feel? An experienced coach lays out the pros and cons of each.
Of all the metrics that can be used to assess a race, the run heart rate file can provide the most valuable information. Here’s a look at Caitlin Snow’s data from her lighting-fast 2010 Kona run.
Bring some of your tax-season math skills to your training: When your first race rolls around, you won’t be left in the red.
Heard that tossing your gels before a tempo run is a good idea? QT2 Systems’ Jesse Kropelnicki offers his take on a method that may be more fad than fact.
When body fat percentage and body mass index are combined, they yield a powerful tool for evaluating potential athletic limiters and moving beyond them.
Gait analysis isn’t just for the pros, so grab your video camera and jump on the track.
This simple equation will help you pick the best snacks to squeeze in between gels and dinner.