Posts Tagged ‘speed’

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

20 kilometers in 20 minutes - The Performance Goal

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

Getting More From your Coach - 10 Lessons Learned...

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

Intro to Training Factors: force, power, speed, muscular and anaerobic endurance

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

Tip: Redefining fast

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

Intro to Training Factors: Balance, Flexibility and Agility

If you recall from my first article on training factors I wrote about the Romanian sports scientist Dr. Tudor Bompa and his schema called “The Training

Do you know your training factors?

Last year I wrote a series of articles for a health magazine and have decided to re post them here starting this week. In the first

Tip: To Ride Faster Soft Pedal d@m9 it!

One of the biggest mistakes I see cyclists make when training during the off-season is working to hard on the bike. We competitive types like to

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.

Archives