A few pointers for my athletes heading to the big island to race in the Ironman World Championships
A simple, but flexible strategy for pacing triathlons using a power meter.
The top level statistics of breaking 10 hours at Ironman – the best races to choose and the times likely to be required
Videos from the training camp show that the swim can be the highlight of triathlon training.
Reviewing a season when an athlete uses Garmin Connect creates challenges, looking at a process to create a Performance Management Chart from Garmin Connect
A brief examination of an athlete’s performance at Henley, reflecting on the impact of inconsistency and illness on race performance.
Since announcing my training camp I have been busy tweaking its webpage, planning the schedule and pleasingly fielding emails either committing or enquiring further. Among those enquiries have been questions regarding the timing of the camp and how that would fit into a season planned around a summer Ironman. More simply: can a week of […]
Final details are being set. In the mean time a quick look at the plans for the Coach Cox 2013 Training Camp in Lanzarote.
Introducing a series of blogs for the coming months that will cover many aspects of how I use power in Ironman training.
Examining the relationship between bike and run in the Ironman World Championship 2012 Results. As I asked at Roth, does a slower run follow a faster bike?