10 ways to make this your best off season

I was catching up with my sports nutrition coach, Kelli Jennings at Apex Nutrition, this week and I wrote about getting stuck in ruts and it inspired this article. I hope it helps you to make profound changes in your off-season! One quick reminder before I jump into this list I want to remind both competitive and recreational cyclists, runners … Read More

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 Factors Pyramid”. I covered one of the most important training factors in the first article, endurance and listed all the other training factors. In this article I am going to cover three new training … Read More

Tip: Get the most out of your gym visit

I love this time of the year. New plans, new goals and crisp air. It’s also that time of the year many cyclist and multisport athletes head back to the gym. Usually along with lots of new gym members who are fulfilling that time-honored tradition starting on their new years resolutions. Lots of cyclists already hate the idea of lifting … Read More

Another Positive Performance Athlete Wins Big

Fernando Rivera a member of the Major Motion Race Team Located in L.A. California and a PPC athlete recently won at the Nevada State Senior Games! A big congratulation goes out to PPC athlete Fernando Rivera of Las Vegas! Fernando who trained hard and won big at the 2011 Nevada State Senior Games. Fernando took First Place in both the … Read More

Squeezing more training out of your day

A friend that has a young daughter and races competitively asked me if I would write an article on how I manage to balance my training, racing and family. Oh lets not forget work. This one is for you Diego. The short answer to Diego’s question is sometimes the balancing act is smooth and other times not so much. The … Read More

Tip: Lining up for a sprint

If you have ever contested a sprint you know how easy it can be to loose. The best way to improve your chances is to not be seen.