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Running form guidance and corrective actions

One of the most written about and discussed aspects of running is running form and how to perfect it. As we all know perfection is a

US Armed Forces, Law Enforcement, Fire and Rescue Discounts

It has been my pleasure to coach several active duty and retired military personnel since I became a coach. I have also had the pleasure of

The dos and don’ts of running for cyclists x-training

If you are approaching you’re off-season or are about to transition from one sport to another you maybe familiar with the concept of X-training (Cross Training).

Preparatory Training Phase

In the last article I spoke a bit about the transition from the in-season to the off-season. This is known as transition phase or the rest

Rest and recovery the new transition

It’s that time of the year where athletes are winding down their season. I have some athletes transitioning to longer runs, Cyclocross, cross-country skiing and trail

Getting Serious Now!

Oh how many times I have heard this and said this myself. “Its time to get serious about…” This usually is a sign that an athlete

Adaptability – traits of great athletes

In the last article I wrote about the traits of great athletes I covered consistency. I wrote about how the best performing athletes are not necessarily

Team Time Trial Preperation and Tactics

I have been racing for quite a while now and participated in many pace lines, taught pace line skills and raced in numerous Individual Time Trials

Riding aero is fast but are you ready for it?

I have had numerous questions recently about riding “aero”. Questions have ranged from: installation and selection of clip on aero bars, what to expect when riding

The Myths and Truths of Improving Your Climbing

There are lots of popular tips about training for this or that problem area in all sports that isn’t true. Just because your buddy, cycling magazine

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