StravaSnoozeCoach

What’s Your Snore Score?

Any coach will tell you that to improve, rest is even more important than your training. That's why we're introducing something new, targeting that critical part of the performance equation.

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WOW: #TheZipper

This workout makes an average run way more fun, and is sure to bring out some hidden talents among your running friends, if not in speed, then in post workout banter.

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WOW: The #BlazinRaisin

This workout is an awesome tie between it being only 12 minutes worth of hard work, and it making you into an indestructible superhero.

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This Ride Is Not Possible. But Let’s Try Anyway.

As with all adventures, you might want to escape, but strangely, Chris Harding-Dunaway finds himself relishing in the total removal of civilization’s safety and support.

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WOW: The #IceCreamSandwich

It’s the perfect mixture of strength and speed. The tempo’s aren’t long enough to get bored. The pickups are just enough to make you feel like a badass without getting destroyed.

OverUnder Climbing Intervals Workout

To truly become a fast climber it's important to also develop the ability to surge above your high intensity and then recover while still climbing. That’s exactly what OverUnder Intervals help you develop.

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WOW: The #RowlandTempo

Working the zones slightly below, at, and above our tempo pace boosts our threshold for clearing lactic acid, which means faster running with less discomfort.

Riding Together in the Tempest

Team Camp: A Young Gun’s POV

Up-and-comer Chris Harland-Dunaway provides an insider’s perspective on the trials, tribulations, agony, ecstasy and adventures of racing on a domestic elite team.

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In Search of Up: Reaching for Everest with 25 Women

On International Women’s Day we shed light on the collective force of a group of female athletes who set out to conquer Everest. These twenty five women barely knew each another three months ago.

Wherever you run, we invite you to Run with Us.

Running takes us everywhere – through city streets, on muddy trails, along neighborhood loops and to places we’ve never been. We run short and go long. We do speed work and run hill repeats. Running makes us feel alive. It pushes our limits. Alone or with friends, by running we belong to the same community.