Month: July 2008

Back Pain – Is It About the Bike?

By Lee Shuemake We have all had those long or tough days on the bike when our body is telling us it would rather be sitting on the couch watching cycling videos. I’m not talking about the normal pain in

Enough Already! How to make a mid-season break work for you

Picture this: It’s summer and races are frequent and fast. You’ve been training consistently since the fall and have been racing strong for the last several months. You have been feeling particularly strong and have had several good races in

Advice from the Wise Old Coach

“Experience is not what happens to you. It is what you do with what happens to you.”– Aldous Huxley Wisdom comes from experience, but only if one learns the lesson implicit in the experience. For cyclists, wisdom is intimately tied