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Hysteresis in Marginal Gains

Hysteresis in Marginal Gains Hysteresis is the term for processes that behave differently in one direction than in another. Understanding it is critical for flying, for dampened suspension systems, and…
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Ask Josh Anything #002

Q&A Episode 2 - In this Q&A episode of Marginal Gains, Josh answers questions about whether front and rear tires should have symmetric or asymmetric air pressure (and why). We…
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Non-Linearity in Marginal Gains

Non-linearity has literally has won and lost the Tour de France. Josh breaks down this important concept -- one he admits to sometimes having a tough time wrapping his brain…
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Ask Josh Anything #001

Q&A Episode 1 - Josh answers a dozen questions from our listeners AND THE Robert Chung, inventor of the Chung Method for determining CdA and Crr from field testing, calls…
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Asymmetry: Life, The Universe, and Rolling Resistance

Welcome to the second episode of Marginal Gains!  In this episode the team delves into asymmetry and asymmetric effects surrounding tire pressure optimization problems for different race conditions.  This episode…
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What Are Marginal Gains (and Do They Really Matter)?

Welcome to the first episode of The Marginal Gains Podcast, presented by Silca — the show that makes a big deal about the little things, and how those little things…
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