Being the longest, time wise, of the 3 Ironman disciplines, it’s important to improve your mental fortitude in order to improve your Ironman bike times. Meghan Fillnow shares her tips to get faster on the bike.
Today, The Kona Edge takes us back to Australia where Damien Coad shares his experiences of Ironman bike racing. Having recently started training with a Power meter he warns about learning to use it wisely without letting it dictate your Ironman bike experience. We learn about perception of effort and a Power meter and how combining them can help your Ironman bike performance.
What does it take to ride a fast Ironman bike leg? Maarten Seghers reveals on this edition of The Kona Edge what it takes to ride a sub 5 hour Ironman bike.
Arlene Ayoub revels how she uses steady state and seated workouts pushing big watts to increase her strength on her Ironman bike.
We’ve often said that consistency is the secret to getting faster on your Ironman bike but for Jen Koester it’s all about patience. This is what she’s done to improve her Ironman bike.
Mixing up his cycling workouts is what keep’s Tim Rea engaged on the Ironman bike. The talented Aussie reveals what he has done to improve his Ironman bike.
On this edition of The Kona Edge we learn more about Benjamin Rudson and his strategy to improve his Ironman bike performance. If you’re up for a brutal challenge when it comes to the bike in your Ironman training, this podcast is for you. Benjamin shares how he started out on the bike, from borrowing and having an ill-fitting bike to making huge gains in his performance.
Cut junk miles. That is just one of the cycling hacks Lisbeth Kenyon shared with the The Kona Edge. Listen to the podcast to find out how else she improved her Ironman bike.
Building a solid base for your Ironman bike is vital. Richard Thompson shares how his base has really improved his Ironman bike performance.
Former elite mountain biker Lars Petter Stormo shares his Ironman Bike intensity tips and tricks and how he uses power to ride it right.