In last week’s Bench Talk Coach Rob talked about tools that all cyclists should own. This week Coach Rob talks about a different kind of tool(s) but tools none the less. The tools to collect, manage and analyze training and race data. If you were curious about your options when it comes to collecting performance data then have a listen! Oh, and Coach Rob is giving away free training plans!!!!
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
A while back it was brought to my attention that readers were wanting to see more technical details in my articles as it pertains to athletic performance. So I have decided to partner with one of my One-On-One athletes to document the trials and tribulations of reaching an Off Season performance goal. This athletes particular goal is actually very simple. … Read More
I have been fortunate to coach a cross section of athletes in the few seasons I have been a coach. When working with Recreational and competitive cyclists, runners and multisport athletes I have witnessed a pattern of behaviors that has lead me to change how I coach from time to time. I have been pondering why these behaviors and actions … Read More
We finally return to the topic of training factors and wrap up the article series covering the last of the training factors: force, power, speed, muscular endurance and anaerobic endurance. We started this journey through training factors in the first article introducing you to the Romanian sports scientist Dr. Tudor Bompa and his schema called “The Training Factors Pyramid”. I … Read More
I get asked all the time, “How can I ride faster?” Over the years I have given all sorts of tips for new and experienced recreational riders. Thought I would share some of these tried and true tips and some new ones. My usual response to new recreational and competitive cyclists: Hire a coach Loose Weight Learn to eat right … Read More
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