Yes you have the time and can afford a coach. I will prove it

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“I need a coach but I can’t afford the cost or time required to work with one.” This is a statement I hear often, very often… Private coaches are often maligned as being an unobtainable luxury in the world of amateur endurance sports. With a wealth of well-written books, articles, podcasts and videos it is believed by many athletes that … Read More

Die Strava Die…

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…Long Live Strava By now as a cyclist and or runner you have likely heard of Strava, which bills itself as a community of athletes from all over the world. The service is deceptively simple to use and I have a love hate relationship with Strava. Depending on the day, the circumstance and the athlete in question is when I … Read More

Sprint Like a Pro – Pt4

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In our previous article on sprinting like a pro I covered when training for sprinting usually begins in a periodized training cycle and when it was best utilized to meet performance goals. I also stated in the last article that it was the last article. Its not, this is the last article. In this article I am going to cover … Read More

We need questions for our upcomming Q and A show

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Send in your questions below and get your answers on this weeks Q and A show!!!!! Questions about cycling, running, multi sport, training, competing, nutrition and equipment are all fair game.  

Sprint Like a Pro – part 3

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In the last article (pt2) I covered the training factors involved in sprinting and give prescriptions on how to improve your sprint. In this article I am going to cover the time and timing of sprint training. What do I mean by the time and timing of sprint training? The energy and muscles that allow us to deliver crushing sprints … Read More