What is a “Pain Cave” in Triathlon Training

what is a triathlon pain cave

The pain cave is not a physical location, but rather a state of mind—one that every triathlete encounters during intense training sessions. It’s that moment when your muscles ache, your lungs burn, and your mind starts to question why you ever decided to take up this sport. It’s where you push past your limits, confront … Read more

Track Cycling – Sample Session at Olympic Venue Velodrome in Los Angeles

LA Olympics Site Velodrome

As a amateur adult athlete I have tried a number of events over the years including short and long distance triathlons, road running races, ultramarathon trail races, and even obstacle races. Still, one style of racing that always looked amazing was track cycling. Track cycling is an olympic sport but otherwise is not super popular … Read more

This Is How Long The Zwift Everest Challenge Took Me! Earning The “Tron Bike”

completing the everest challenge in zwift

For many virtual world cyclists there are enticing virtual gear and equipment to earn along the way, with one of the most popular items being the Zwift Concept bike. This recognizable part of the Zwift world is otherwise known as the ‘Tron’ bike, due to the light up wheels resemblance to the popular science fiction … Read more

Garmin Data Deep Look – Stress, VO2 Max and Body Battery

Wearables and fitness trackers are a huge industry and even a few years ago more than 20% of the population was using them. With continued growth in the market this number has no doubt gone up, which makes understanding the metrics and data provided by our fitness devices becomes a more crucial matter. Among the … Read more