This week on the Endurance QuickCast we have a guest! We have a PPC athlete on the show with me. So on today’s show, we are going to talk quite a bit about multi day racing as well as the coach athlete relationship with our guest and PPC athlete.
This week Coach Rob talks about Common Bike Fit Issues and How To Correct Them. Clearn about common fit issues and ailments that plague road, time trial, triathlon and even mountain bike cyclists. If you have any of the following symptoms Coach Rob know’s the likely cause and has the solutions you need to correct them!
Runners aren’t the only athletes that need running shoes but what seems to happen with both runners and non runners a like, is the lack of knowledge on selecting the right shoe for their needs. Coach Rob covers lots of ground in this information packed show on running shoes. Have you ever asked yourself there has to be a better running and wonder why you haven’t found it yet. Have a listen and learn the right way to find your perfect shoes! This show is aimed at runners but all athletes can learn how selecting the right running shoes can impact their auxiliary training performances.
I part 2 of this podcast series on building a project bike Coach Rob goes over the previous show and cover the ins and outs of purchasing a frame set and cockpit for your project build. Learn about the frame types, materials, bike fitting concerns, shopping and making smart decisions. Details covered in this weeks show are as follows: Do … Read More
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 that smooth pedal strokes and increase leg speed. While pedaling efficiency is very important aspect of becoming and efficient cyclists there are many other things we can do to improve our ride as cyclists. … Read More
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 fun. My initial response was “Gang, Miles are Miles.” Then the conversation really picked up steam. I stayed out of it because I have a very strong opinion about logging data and reporting on … Read More