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Setting up your training

When planning for your season, we talk about working backwards. I think too often athletes put themselves into programs that fit into their current abilities. That could mean the things they like to do, or it could mean they live in a cold environment and it’s what is most available to them i.e. indoor trainer versus outside. Its complete understandab...

The Weightlifting PMC, Part 2

In Part 1 of this two-part series on setting up a Performance Management Chart on TrainingPeaks for strength training I only got as far as describing why you should only have one combined chart for all sports reflecting your total fatigue. All of the other sport activities should have separate PMCs since fitness (CTL) and form (TSB) don’t significantly c...

Running Debate...shoe choice, when to treamill

On today's show Iott and Zucco discuss a great debate between two of the world's most renown run coaches.  We add our opinions to the topics of shoe choice and how to most effectively use the treadmill.

Part 3--Running Power meters the practical......with Jim Vance @jimvance

On today's show we finish our three part series on running power meters.  We talk with Jim Vance who is writing the first book on running power meters.

Running Power Meters Part 2, Johnny Ross, CEO of MedTech and RPM2 technology, @rpm2inserts @jimvance

On today's show, Iott interviews CEO and co-founder of RPM2, Johnny Ross.  RPM (squared) is a insole based power meter that can be used for running and we discuss it's functions on our show.