Posts Tagged ‘climbing’

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

Lessons Learned From The Field - ITT

Hey everyone hope that the riding, running and racing season has been a rewarding one! Its been a long while since I posted a lessons learned

Q&A with Coach Rob 2.0

I get asked all kinds of questions from those that I coach and those that follow me on twitter and facebook. From time to time I

All About the Inaugural PPC Training Camp

Well our very first training camp is behind us! A total of 12 cyclists converged on the Smoky Mountains from Arkansas, Michigan, West Virginia, Kentucky and

Is your cycling posture right for your riding style?

In a previous article I covered how cyclists can improve pedaling efficiency through increasing cadence. This was accomplished using pedaling drills and several interval based workouts

Secrets of climbing specialists

Welcome back to another article! I hope you found the last article on Pacing Strategies helpful in thinking about how you can ride smarter and more

Tip: Rolling a hill

I was recently reminded about an older article I wrote about my experiences riding a fixed gear bike. The biggest lesson I took away from riding

Trainer Miles vs. Road Miles, Which is Best?

Here is a great question that comes up from time to time on many forums and blogs. “Should trainer miles count?” Here is where it get’s

How tough is your favorite climb?

What makes a climb? Many cyclists and runners ask me all the time what makes a hill a hill? How do I know how to gauge

Tip: No one likes a squirrel

When riding or racing in groups inevitably someone is going to behave like a squirrel. So if you don’t want to be labeled a squirrel follow a few tips and you will be riding or at least looking like a seasoned cyclist.

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