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Grand Trail Marathon Des Sables Chapter

  • Exploring iconic courses like Western States, Hardrock, Marathon des Sables alongside personal portraits of heroes like Kilian Jornet, Emelie Forsberg, and Scott Jurek, Grand Trail is as inspiring as it is beautiful
  • Enjoy this chapter about Marathon des Sables from Grand Trail!

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Velopress   2 days ago  

The Best Brain Training Apps For Athletes

  • The Brave Athlete solves the 13 most common mental conundrums athletes face in their everyday training and in races
  • Simon Marshall and Lesley Paterson will help you take control of your brain so you can train harder, race faster, and better enjoy your sport.

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Velopress   5 days ago  

Feed Zone Table By Dr. Allen Lim And Chef Biju Thomas

  • In their third cookbook, Feed Zone Table, chef Biju Thomas and Dr
  • Allen Lim offer over 100 all-new recipes to bring friends and family to the table in a way that nourishes life and sport
  • Lim and Thomas will inspire your family-style dinners with a delicious line up of drinks, starters, main courses, side dishes, fresh sauces, and desserts.

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Velopress   8 days ago  

Inside The Pro Cycling Team Garage – VeloPress

  • There is a general location for service courses, however: Belgium
  • This is even the case for UK-based teams
  • Team Sky has a satellite service course in Belgium
  • First off is that the Spring Classics mean the first half of the racing season is almost exclusively in or near Belgium.

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Velopress   7 days ago  

How Accurate Is Strava Estimated Power

  • There are two reasonable answers
  • First, repeating hills or riding the same loops several times gives Strava the opportunity to average your performances and come up with a more accurate, apples-to-apples estimation
  • Second, these short courses help neutralize road and wind conditions, which removes some uncertainty from the data.

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Training For Mountain Running Without Hill Workouts

  • I have stayed up many nights poring over Google Earth researching race courses, planning how to get out of a particular quagmire or where to rest up for the next one
  • Get a jump on training for an ultramarathon with Hal Koerner’s Field Guide to Ultrarunning , a comprehensive handbook to running 30 to 100 miles and beyond, written by one of

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Velopress   8 days ago  

Grand Trail Photographs By Alexis Berg – VeloPress

  • Exploring iconic courses like Western States, Hardrock, Marathon des Sables alongside personal portraits of heroes like Kilian Jornet, Emelie Forsberg, and Scott Jurek, Grand Trail is as inspiring as it is beautiful
  • Please enjoy this image gallery from Grand Trail!

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Velopress   2 days ago  

Why Are Leaner Athletes Faster

  • But small athletes are often at an advantage on flat courses
  • In swimming, the fastest athletes tend to be tall and rangy instead of broad
  • Their narrower bodies present less frontal area in the water, making them more hydrodynamic

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Velopress   7 days ago  

Bike Weight And The Myth Of Fast Bikes

  • Courses with fewer and shorter ascents will keep the difference small
  • If you’re interested in getting faster, you’ll be fascinated by FASTER: Demystifying the Science of Triathlon Speed
  • In Faster , astronautical engineer and triathlon journalist Jim Gourley explores the science of triathlon to see what truly makes you faster—and busts

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Velopress   5 days ago  

Hal Koerner's Guide To Getting Started In Ultrarunning

  • And, because the distance is normally covered entirely during the daylight hours, some ultrarunners seek out highly technical, hilly, or otherwise challenging 50K courses
  • 50 Miles to 100K (62 Miles)—Time on Feet Becomes Crucial

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Velopress   4 days ago  

A Chapter From Grand Trail: Trail Running, A Meeting Ground

  • Exploring iconic courses like Western States, Hardrock, Marathon des Sables alongside personal portraits of heroes like Kilian Jornet, Emelie Forsberg, and Scott Jurek, Grand Trail is as inspiring as it is beautiful
  • Enjoy this chapter used with permission of VeloPress from Grand Trail.

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Velopress   5 days ago  

Running With Power Video: Movement Begins In The Head

* How power meters will revolutionize pacing on hilly courses and race pacing * Why runners should adopt power as soon as possible instead of waiting for the technology to mature * Which parts of the book RUN WITH POWER have been most helpful to readers, including training plans, Jim Vance’s Power Zones for Running, and more

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Velopress   9 days ago  

How To Choose Your Next Tri Bike: An Engineer's Guide

  • What do the bike courses look like? What rules are there about the bikes allowed to race? Most Olympic-distance triathletes ride road bikes with aerobars clipped on
  • Their position allows them to deal with the demands of pack riding, as well as tight turns and quick accelerations
  • With few climbs and no drafting allowed, long-course athletes go

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Race Profile Of Marathon Des Sables From Grand Trail

  • Exploring iconic courses like Western States, Hardrock, Marathon des Sables alongside personal portraits of heroes like Kilian Jornet, Emelie Forsberg, and Scott Jurek, Grand Trail is as inspiring as it is beautiful
  • Enjoy this chapter used with permission of VeloPress from Grand Trail
  • Marathon des Sables Morocco Course: in the Sahara

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Velopress   6 days ago  

Hunter Allen, Co-Author Of Training And Racing With A

  • Having taught USA Cycling power certification courses since 2005 and traveled to more than 20 countries, Hunter has equipped thousands of coaches and cyclists with the principles of training with power
  • A USA Cycling Level I coach, founder of the Peaks Coaching Group, co-founder of TrainingPeaks Software, and a former professional cyclist with

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Velopress   6 days ago  

14 Ways A Power Meter Can Make You A Faster Runner – VeloPress

  • Pacing to Win: A power meter can help you establish and maintain the correct pace, even on courses where establishing the right rhythm is difficult
  • For example, if you’re preparing for a hilly course that requires perfect pacing, your power meter can help you dial in the exact output pace you need to hold throughout the varying terrain.

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Velopress   8 days ago  

"Squeezing The Lemmon," A Chapter From Susan Lacke's New

  • Flat courses suited me just fine, and best of all, they didn’t make me angry
  • I never once threatened to throw my bike into a ravine on a flat course
  • And so it became his mission to find and unleash my inner mountain goat
  • He claimed that his intentions were to see me become a stronger cyclist, but I knew he just

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Velopress   7 days ago  

Running With Power Expert Panel Discussion At Ironman

* How power meters will revolutionize pacing on hilly courses and race pacing * Why runners should adopt power as soon as possible instead of waiting for the technology to mature * Which parts of the book RUN WITH POWER have been most helpful to readers * …

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Velopress   9 days ago  

Breaking The Law Of Averages, Part 3: Let It Ride Or Let

  • These four Ironman races either feature out-and-back bike courses or a loop with significant stretches that face headwinds and tailwinds (Wisconsin is almost a square)
  • The data below show the average and maximum wind speeds for the race locations during the week they traditionally take place.

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Velopress   8 days ago  

Scott Jurek: The Green Samurai, A Chapter From Grand Trail

  • Exploring iconic courses like Western States, Hardrock, Marathon des Sables alongside personal portraits of heroes like Kilian Jornet, Emelie Forsberg, and Scott Jurek, Grand Trail is as inspiring as it is beautiful
  • Enjoy this chapter used with permission of VeloPress from Grand Trail
  • SCOTT JUREK The green samurai USA 10/26/1973

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Velopress   2 days ago  

What's Inside Feed Zone Table – VeloPress

  • Feed Zone Table will inspire your family-style dinners with a delicious line up of drinks, starters, main courses, side dishes, fresh sauces, and desserts
  • Biju rolls out easy techniques for making flavorful food that’s fun to prepare and share.

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Velopress   5 days ago  

Running With Power Video: Expert Panel Discussion At The

  • * Why power meters become more valuable as courses or conditions become more difficult * How Stryd is using data mining of user data * Where Stryd is headed to help runners improve efficiency
  • RUN WITH POWER is the groundbreaking guide you need to tap the true potential of …

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Velopress   9 days ago  

HON & O HONG

  • Rock ’n’ Roll Courses at a Glance Appendix B 167 Race Pace Chart Appendix C 171 Race Equivalency Chart Appendix D 175 Perceived Effort Chart Appendix E 179 Sweat Loss Calculator Credits 183 Index 185 About the Author 191
  • ix Foreword Two years ago, an offer I couldn’t refuse came my way

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Velopress   7 days ago  

Racing Tactics 01

  • When you are warming up, always look for potential spots where you can capitalize
  • Before the race begins, you should consider how the race has been won in the past
  • This should be a strong indicator for how the race is likely to go this time around
  • I recall a flat and fast East Coast circuit race

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Velopress   6 days ago  

American Pro: The Red Army Marches On – VeloPress

  • The Schlitz Park course is eight-tenths of a mile in length, with a long straight uphill between turns one and two and a long, snaking descent between turns three through eight
  • It is one of the hardest courses in the sport because it requires a combination of great climbing strength and superior descending skills.

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Velopress   3 days ago  

Nick Legan's Race Profile Of The Grasshopper Adventure Series

  • Hard to nail this down, as the courses vary a lot, but low gears and good brakes always help
  • Carry sufficient spare inner tubes, a multi-tool, and a reliable pump
  • The course shown here is Old Caz from 2017
  • Miguel Crawford, Grasshopper Series promoter “General fitness and bike handling are important

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Velopress   5 days ago  

“An Easy-to-read, Witty Book That Will Save You Time And

  • distance courses 162 it’s thE EConomy, stupid What the smart athlete knows about pacing an Ironman effort 171 Notes 181 Glossary 189 Index 197bout the AuthorA
  • xiii Pr EFaCE I’ve been a technologist and an engineer almost all of my life, a path that might have …

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Velopress   9 days ago  

New Book, Grand Trail, Celebrates The Ultrarunning

  • New Book, Grand Trail, Celebrates the Ultrarunning Lifestyle Kindly request media copies by November 22
  • Boulder, CO, USA — November 16, 2016 — A new book, Grand Trail: A Magnificent Journey to the Heart of Ultrarunning and Racing, shares the stunning beauty and raw emotions of ultrarunning, paying tribute to the passion and splendor of the sport and lifestyle.

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Velopress   1 days ago  

How Is Running Power Different From Cycling Power

If you usually train on the same courses, and they are loops (you finish where you started), there is little reason to normalize the pace and the power since uphills will be matched by downhills, and vice versa.

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Velopress   3 days ago  

Time Is On Your Side: Greg LeMond's Time-Based Goals

  • But her last two world records were set on familiar courses on which she had already posted fast times, and in each of these cases she set out deliberately to run faster than ever before
  • It’s likely that Meyer was not any fitter at the 1999 Tokyo Half Marathon, where she ran 1:06:44, than she had been a year earlier in Kyoto, where she ran 1

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Velopress   7 days ago  

Top 5 Reasons Runners Are Skeptical About Power Meters

  • But therein lies the MAJOR difference between running and cycling
  • In cycling, climbing is an essential aspect of the sport
  • In running, even on supposedly “hilly” courses, the total elevation gain tends to be quite small
  • World records, of course, are set only on pancake-flat courses.

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Velopress   1 days ago  

Lennard Zinn: E-Bikes Open Doors Of Opportunity – VeloPress

  • I also celebrate the fact that I can again ride the cyclocross courses I used to love racing on for so many years
  • As this bike has disc brakes and lots of mud clearance for cyclocross tires, it’s perfect! Cyclocross was always like being a kid again for me—riding around …

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Velopress   3 days ago  

Hot & Bothered Triathletes: Heat's Toll On The Athlete's

  • But not all athletes and courses are built the same
  • For this overview of heat dissipation, we’ve used pretty favorable conditions
  • 90 degrees is about as hot as it will get at most races, but a 55-degree dew point is well within the “comfortable” region
  • In other words, it’s a dry heat.

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Justyna Mizera – VeloPress

  • Justyna Mizera, MA, is a sports nutritionist, and since 2009 she has balanced over 1,100 diets for athletes in various sports
  • She works with, among others, 30 world championship medalists and Olympians, but also with obese adults and children
  • She has competed in body fitness competitions.

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Velopress   8 days ago  

Why A Book On The Science Of Triathlon

If you look at the 2013 program for the International Triathlon Union’s “Science + Triathlon” conference, you see a number of discussions and presentations about periodization, training and managing the physiology of elite athletes, but nothing that talks about power or managing the physics of elite race courses.

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Velopress   5 days ago  

The First Chapter Of Slaying The Badger

  • But the first surprise is that, from here, I can’t see any golf courses
  • Beth meets me at the entrance to the airport with an enthusiastic “Hey!” a warm embrace, and a dazzling white smile
  • “Listen, this works very well,” says the forty-something blond woman with arguably one of the most challenging jobs in world sport: personal

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Velopress   9 days ago  

FREE Gravel Cycling Book With Donnelly Clement Gravel Tires

  • Gravel riders know the importance of matching up tires to race courses, too
  • Tire choice is highly dependent on the weather and conditions of the day, but Kellogg recommends the Donnelly MSO 36 tubeless for Dirty Kanza, the MSO 40 tubeless for Lost and Found (“Wider is a bit better for this rougher event.”), and the Strada USH 32 tubeless

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Velopress   9 days ago  

CHAPTER Equipment T

  • On flat, straight courses, aerodynamics are more important than weight.On hilly courses,or ones with many turnsrequiring frequent accelerations, wheel weight becomes increasingly important over aerodynamics
  • It is more difficult and requires more energy to accelerate a heavy wheel up to speed, but

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Velopress   7 days ago  

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