Coach Rob shares his own experiences as a Duathlete and Multisport coach this week on the Endurance Quickcast. This is an information packed show so sharpen your pencils and typing skills. Because if you are a Multisport athlete, Coach Rob is going to tell you what it takes to make the podium as an age grouper or even how to make your national team!
By now many of you have read or heard that I offer wide range coaching services and products for adult men and women. I am privileged to coach Recreational Cyclists, Event Cyclists and Competitive, Road Racers, Mountain Bikers, Triathletes and Duathletes. Many of these individuals start by calling me and asking what it is I do as a coach and how it may benefit them as athletes.
On my way commute work this AM I was greeted with heavy rain and lots of puddles on the road. When I say commute I mean in the comfort of my truck not a bike. I probably hydroplaned a few times on the commute but nothing serious. This reminded me of a conversation I had with one of my athletes … 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
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
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 hammer quite a bit but there are times we should take it easy. You might think that the title of this article is stereo typical response of a coach to an athlete and you … Read More