An analysis of age grouper Mike O’Brien’s power data and performance at the Ironman World Championship 2012.
One of my athletes provides a good example of how the Performance Management Chart can be effectively used to plan training.
In response to a request: on the balancing of alcohol with athleticism. All from the perspective of a former teetotaller.
Another piece of race analysis, demonstrating a very controlled day at Challenge Roth and the variation in successful approaches to Ironman
A second Ironman UK case study, this time looking at how Roger Canham put together an age-group winning performance to finish fourteenth overall.
Examining some other explanations for my athlete’s underperformance on the run at Ironman UK.
First attempts to develop a bike strategy for Ironman from course GPS and rider stats. Putting together a plan for Ironman Mont-Tremblant.
A speculative comparison of how Ironman running and Marathon running differ based upon a handful of race results.
What’s so good about power, and how, if they cost less, everyone should buy a power meter.
The mid-year turn over of athletes brings many enquiries and some common questions. What to consider before seeking coaching.