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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

2 A Day Training for Faster Results

Ugh, it’s that time of the season. Many athletes I coach are trying to build a bigger peak for the last part of their seasons. So

Back this winter I was contacted by Mackenzie Lobby a fellow USATF coach, runner and writer.  Mackenzie was preparing an article for Active.com on how to

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

Workouts for 5K runners wanting to run longer or faster

Once runners have caught the competitive running bug I usually hear two requests. I want to run in longer races or I want to run faster

2014 Spring Training Camp, April 24th-27th

­Come join us for 4 days of riding and clinics in the Beautiful Smoky Mountains of Eastern Tennessee. See below for a list of activities, clinics

Age groupers hitting the wall on training weekdays

When endurance athletes are in training and are applying copious volume and intensity they are going to get tired. There is just no way around it.

Suffering from Treadmill Psychosis?

Well if you are reading this you are either suffering from the symptoms of treadmill psychosis or very curious about the title of the article. In

Suffering from Trainer Psychosis?

Well if you are reading this you are either suffering from the symptoms of trainer psychosis or very curious about the title of the article. Lets

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