Our Weekly Round Up
- 16th April -

Articles and podcasts from the web that caught our eye. 

Yes, But How Do You Feel?

More Evidence That Subjective Training Metrics Have More Value Than Objective Metrics.

written by Matt Fitzgerald, 80/20 Triathlon

Carbon Trail Shoes?

With winter fast approaching and the trail season soon upon us, check out the review of the latest  carbon trail shoes from Hoka by Trailrunner Magazine.

written by Nicholas Triolo,

Exogenous ketones and EPO boosting - Worth the Hype?

An excellent article from super coach and Age Group Kona World Record Holder, Dr Dan Plews looking at the potential beneficial effects of including a ketone monoester in your post-exercise nutrition. If you haven't done so yet, make sure to sign up to his "Brew Up" newsletter for regular tips.

Article by Dr Dan Plews via 

Dajo Sanders, PhD
That Triathlon Show | EP#384

Dajo Sanders is a coach at Ineos Grenadiers and a sports scientist with Maastricht University. Dajo's primary research focus is related to performance, event demands and characteristics of professional road cyclists.
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