Month: February 2011

Tip of the Month: Find More Time to Train

The biggest challenge for most non-professional endurance athletes is simply finding enough time to train and recover on a daily basis. Here are some tips to help you save a few minutes here and there that can add up to

Posted in Life Balance, Performance Tips, Training

Training Camps at Altitude. Should you “go high?”

Altitude and the effects of altitude on performance and physiology have been a part of my career, training, and everyday life since my arrival in Denver eight years ago. For that reason, many athletes at the elite, master and amateur

Posted in Performance Tips, Training

First Races

Experience is what you get when you don’t get what you want – Dan Stanford As warmer weather and bike racing return to the Northern Hemisphere this Spring, racers will again be making errors and learning from their mistakes. Many

Posted in Philosophical Musings, Racing, Training

Cross Training for Cyclists

Cyclists sometimes seek other forms of exercise, even those who love riding and live to race bikes. Wanting to do something else is not necessarily a sign of weakness or lack of devotion. There are valid reasons to do something

Posted in Training
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