Dealing with Numbness

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In this week’s Endurance Quick Cast Coach Rob talks about the issues that cause numbness as a cyclist. Most cyclists will deal with some aspect of their anatomy going numb; everything from hands , backside and feet. While numbness is most often caused by poor blood flow Coach Rob covers the how to combat these problems.

Q&A with Coach Rob – Cycling and Running

I get lots of questions and many of them are ones I have answered in the past. However I have some with new twists and some new questions that are because of new coaching services I offer such as running and bike fitting. So I thought I thought I would share some of the most recent questions from readers and … Read More

Tip: It’s High Cadence not a Rodeo!

An athlete I work with recently asked me about how to reduce the bouncing in the saddle that some times comes with doing high cadence intervals. If you are bouncing in the saddle you maybe spinning faster than your body is ready for. It can take several weeks of training before your body/core will adapt to higher cadence/RPM. If you … Read More

Tip: Hand it over

Do you find that you fit your bike well but your hands are tired or sore at the end of a ride? You may not be switching your hand position often enough. Doing this will release tension in your hands, arms, neck, and shoulders. All of the things that cyclists need to do to develop: speed, force and power require … Read More