The Analyzer

The gift guide for the analyzer triathlete who leaves no data unexamined.

HeroKit Crash Pack

Small enough to fit into a jersey pocket, this specially designed first aid pack for cyclists is ideal for when accidents happen.

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Velocomp AeroPod

In the world of analysis, few things are more important than aerodynamics.

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Garmin 945

As far as watches for triathletes go, there is nothing more you can put on your arm than what’s inside Garmin’s latest multisport-targeted offering.

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Humon Hex

The Humon Hex is a muscle oxygen tracker that allows athletes to optimize workout intensities, minimize injury, and monitor progress.

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FORM Goggles

In terms of gear that can actually revolutionize the way we train, FORM goggles’ heads up display sits at the top of the list.

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4iiii Podiiiium

Though there are more advanced power meters available (the Garmin Vector 3 and Pioneer’s offerings come to mind), there aren’t many that are as affordable, easy to set up, and unobtrusive as 4iiii’s model.

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CorSense HRV Sensor

To take advantage of heart-rate variability (or HRV), the latest training performance indicator, it’s important to have an accurate and repeatable heart-rate measurement.

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Stryd Next Gen

If you’ve been a big fan of training with power on the bike—using fully objective data independent of terrain, conditions, physiological effects, etc—then training with power on the run is the logical next step.

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