Our Weekly Round Up
- 23rd April - 

Articles and podcasts from around the web that caught our eye.
[Photo credit: Kyle Rivas / Getty Images for IRONMAN]

From hospital bed to IRONMAN champion – the Kat Matthews comeback

There have been many remarkable recoveries from serious injury, but few can match the scale – or speed – of Kat Matthews‘ return to the top step of the IRONMAN podium.

written by Jonathan Turner, Tri247

Hobart, Australia: Tasmania’s Blossoming Trail Running Hub

A profile of the trail running and mountain running community in Hobart, Tasmania.

written by Sarah Brady, iRunFar
[Photo credit: Ryan Slater / @mulletcocktail]

Is Impatience Holding You Back as An Athlete?

Are you sabotaging your training? Risking injury by constantly training hard? This article is for you!

written by Matt Fitzgerald, 80/20 Endurance

Training Intensity Zones: general rules and importance of individual testing.

This is a brief video explaining the endurance training zones schemes that Stephen Seilar uses in research (3 zones) and in practice working with Norwegian coaches and athletes (5 zones), as part of the Norwegian Olympic Federation model. He also shows some examples of why individual assessment is really important when describing intensity zones and prescribing training.
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