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Why did we set out to build the best workout timer directly into the TrainHeroic app? Because strength training is interval training. In this blog, Adam Dawdy, product manager at TrainHeroic breaks down why we set out to build the world’s best interval timer...
We are building the world’s #1 training marketplace. In order to do that, we need to give you, the seller, the best tools available to optimize your business. We’re excited to announce new improvements to your experience as a seller in the TrainHeroic...
Author: Erin Nelson
Your athletes look to you to not only provide sound programming, but to also be a source of motivation, encouragement, and accountability. The TrainHeroic Coach Home feature will help you quickly and easily review feedback your athletes are providing and allow you to engage with them as soon as you open the app.
Our vision is to create a World of Millions of Connected Heroes finding Joy in the Journey of Training. We chose the word “Connected” very intentionally. After all, coaching is about much more than programming. Coaching is connection. Coaching is motivation. It’s feedback. It’s providing the spark your athlete needs to stay motivated and on their path. We’re proud to announce our newest set of features to the TrainHeroic platform. We call it TH Chat.
About the AuthorBEN CROOKSTONBen Crookston is the Founder and CEO of TrainHeroic. Prior to finding his home in the tech world, Ben ordered the Sampler off the career menu, teaching, coaching, and writing. He has an incredible family and back squats 500 pounds...
ABOUT THE AUTHOR carl valle Coach Valle has coached Track and Field at every level, from high school to the Olympic level in the sprints and hurdles. He has had the privilege of working with great athletes that have been All-American and school record holders. A...
At TrainHeroic, one of our Priorities is to “help athletes find joy in the journey of training,” so Kondo’s simple rule rings true.
After two days of turning his theories inside out and examining them from every angle, I asked him. "Anders, if you had to boil it down to a single point, what's the secret to mastery?"
He folded his arms and pursed his lips, mentally compressing decades of research down to a singular morsel of wisdom.
He told me:
"Those who do the most work over the longest period of time, do the best."
If we're serious about Being our Best, we need to stop thinking about our potential and start thinking about our practice.
Every time you send programming to your athletes, it’s like pinging them with sonar. You’re bouncing something off of them, and the data that’s echoed back is a signal. There’s valuable info there. You just have to pay attention.