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Get the power on! Get it fitted.

Get the power on! Get it fitted.

Customers and retailers alike are looking for an easy route to power. Although fitting is relatively easy with our fitting kit there are those of us, me included, that would like instant gratification. I want to get going and only really worry about understanding my...
Beginners pyramids with a power meter

Beginners pyramids with a power meter

Are you looking for explosive power, or perhaps longer endurance on climbs? Then cycling pyramids is the way to go as you will work in a variety of training zones. (See The Beginners Guide to Power, where we explain Coggans zones.) You can add a pyramid to a longer...
Beginners guide to ‘smart’ cycling

Beginners guide to ‘smart’ cycling

Metrics are becoming the norm in everyday life, with smartphones, smartwatches even smart trainers. We are all telling each other how many ‘steps’ we have walked in a day! So what is the next ‘step’? Sorry I couldn’t resist the pun! Technology has advanced so...
Beginners Guide: Using a Power Meter for HIIT and LISS training

Beginners Guide: Using a Power Meter for HIIT and LISS training

Having looked at all the readings you can get from PowerSense you might be thinking of mixing it up a bit to push your Winter training. I’m assuming you will have calculated your FTP and you have set up your Coggans table so you can assess the level you want to work...
PowerSense Update January 2020

PowerSense Update January 2020

Over the last few weeks we have fixed some glitches meaning we now have an update.  The Q & A below should consolidate the questions you’ll have regarding the update. Anything else you can get in touch but as a general rule – if you’re not having...
Base miles in Winter? Are they real?

Base miles in Winter? Are they real?

Increasing base miles in the Winter season, in the hope of being strong for the Summer is likely to leave you lacking and demoralised by race day. The sustainable nature of ‘base miles’, means that it can result in a reduced workload. So ‘training slow, will keep you...