Triathlon Metrics

Two Important Metrics for New Triathletes
| Elizabeth James | Read More

Talk to an experienced triathlete and the conversation may soon lead into a discussion of stroke count, drag coefficients, intensity factor, and normalized power. While measuring and analyzing such factors can certainly be beneficial, it’s easy for new triathletes to become overwhelmed.

Inspirational Triathlon Technology - The Training Plan
| Jared Milam | Read More

What do you remember the older, simpler times of endurance sports training?

How nostalgic do you get reminiscing about the more traditional days of training when it was just you versus the clock?

The Top 3 Triathlon Metrics Most Triathletes Ignore But Shouldn’t – Part III
| Jared Milam | Read More

Previously in this series, we’ve discussed the top three triathlon metrics most triathletes are ignoring but really shouldn’t.  So far we’ve covered Functional Threshold and Bike-to-Run Factor.

The Top 3 Triathlon Metrics Most Triathletes Ignore But Shouldn’t – Part II
| Jared Milam | Read More

Yesterday I introduced the first of three triathlon metrics many triathletes are ignoring but shouldn’t: Functional Threshold. This is a key data metric athletes need to know to improve power capabilities in order to optimize their training and performance.

The Top 3 Triathlon Metrics Most Triathletes Ignore But Shouldn’t – Part I
| Jared Milam | Read More

Swimming, biking, and running without the use of metrics may produce some improvements for the triathlete in training, but only to a moderate extent. If there’s one thing that’s been proven in the sport of triathlon, it’s that aimless training is substantially inefficient.