Efficient Hill Running

If you do a web search “hill running,” you’ll receive dozens of hits touting the benefits with regards to increasing speed and strength. The point of this article is not to reinvent the wheel, but to discuss how you can efficiently run hills without overcooking your legs and save them for the later portion of your race.


Lower Variability Index for Greater Speed

Variability index (VI) is a measure of how consistent one’s power output is during cycling. In general a high VI is an indication of poor pacing and power application. However, there may be instances where performing a number of surges and generating a VI may be necessary. Continue reading to understand how you can use this tool to help target your training and race strategy.