Peloton Lanebreak vs. Classes

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Recently Peloton released their new gaming options to all users. Lanebreak, or Lane Break, is a series of “music inspired workouts” that incorporate simple gaming and point collection into short 5-25 minute rides. The rides use your cadence, or pedal speed, and resistance as controllers to a multi-lane virtual riding course. Over the course of … Read more

Elevate For Strava Review – Chrome Extension for Additional Strava Insights

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We recently reviewed the Strava fitness score, to see how it measures up as a useful metric to track fitness and wellness. After sharing the article on forums a number of users pointed out that there are Chrome extensions that provide similar in depth analysis of your Strava data, without having to get a Strava … Read more

Everything You Need To Know About Peloton Shoes – Clip In, Toe Cages, and Pedals

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So you got a Peloton bike and are ready to get started riding? For most cyclists and spin bike enthusiast the rule of thumb is to pay attention to places where you touch the bike. This means focusing on your handle bars, the Peloton pedals and cycling shoes, and the saddle. Getting these things right … Read more

Sleep Tracking Accuracy – Apple Watch Vs. Amazon Halo

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Choosing a fitness tracker can be daunting. So many of them have similar features and it is hard to tell which ones you will use. But when comparing across different methods it is important to understand the accuracy of how they measure different functions. Especially for something like sleep tracking, not all measurements are created … Read more

Our Interval Timer App Recommendation – A Seconds Interval Timer Review

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When training for a triathlon most plans have a few strength workouts per week. While there are a variety of setups for these workouts, we’ve always found some combination of exercises to personally fit best. To personalize these it’s possible to just remember each or write down a short list, but using a good app … Read more

Using a Hangboard vs Pull Up Bar For Training

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Many sites review bikes, shoes, and wetsuits but this series of reviews for some of the not so common accessories that we have found useful when training for a triathlon. Each article in the series aims to find unique ways to break up the monotony of training recovery a triathlon. Check out the others in … Read more

Using a Pellet Ice Machine When Training for Triathlons or Marathons

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Many sites review bikes, shoes, and wetsuits but this series of reviews for some of the not so common accessories that we have found useful when training for a triathlon. Each article in the series aims to find unique ways to break up the monotony of training recovery a triathlon. Check out the others in … Read more