Welcome back, everyone. I hope you have had a successful season and are looking forward to a new season! I want to take a moment to thank all of the listeners of the show we couldn’t have grown like we have this season with out you and your continued support. So today I want to celebrate you our listeners and progress of the show!
Hello and welcome back to a new episode of the Endurance QuickCast. If you haven’t already noticed we have been making some changes to the shows and one of the big ones is the addition of Josh Matthews Owner of PowerMeterCity.com and my new co-host and sponsor of the Endurance QuickCast.Today Josh and I are going to talk about all the things that happened in the world of power meters in 2017 and share with you what we know is going to happen in 2018 and make some of our own predictions.
This week Coach Rob talks about an important aspect of record keeping in an athlete’s life. Writing a seasonal summary is an excellent way to capture what went on in a season. This tool if you like is a wonderful way to maintain your sanity in 5 simple steps. Have listened and learned all the step of summarizing your season so you can quit thinking about how your season would have been better or should have done better only if you could have done things differently.
Welcome back to a new season of the Endurance QuickCast. We start our new recording season every November and as promised there are going to be some changes in all of the shows. With that being said I want welcome Josh Matthews owner of PowerMeterCity.com and my new co-host and sponsor of the Endurance QuickCast. Have a listen to Josh and Rob talk about what they saw and read about at Eurobike and Interbike.
This week Coach Rob has the best selling Author, Entrepreneur, New Media Expert, Angel Investor, World Traveller, Sky Diver, Ironman Triathlete, Marathoner – Peter Shankman as a guest on the Endurance QuickCast. Rob and Peter talk about ADHD/ADD and how many athletes the world over harness the energy of the ADD/ADHD brain to become the best possible athletes.
This week, Coach Rob talks about the coaching of juniors in cycling and what parents need to know about the sport and hiring private coaches. Rob has recently had several Juniors reach out to him this season about being coached. Some of these juniors called before even speaking to their parents. Becuase of this Coach Rob has decided to record a show for the parents of potential competitive junior cyclists.