Category: Indoor Training

Good weather is here but with the pandemic still raging or at least flickering all around the world, and the health authorities telling us to avoid each other’s slipstreams, bike racing is not starting soon in most places, and group …

Indoor Cycling Doesn’t Have to Suck [Enduring the Extended “Covid Winter”] Read More »

Take Advantage of Group Dynamics to Better Your Strength Workouts It’s 6:45 AM on November 21st several years ago. Snow and ice blow over the sidewalks as early-risers pour their first cup of coffee. Most people will be on their …

The Power of Group Training Read More »

The leg press in Wenzel Coaching lifting routines strengthens muscles, tendons and ligaments of the lower body. Muscles that are activated include the gluteus maximus, quadriceps and hamstring muscles. The lower reps and higher weight are intended to work on …

Strength Exercise Instruction: Seated Leg Press Read More »

More and more scientific evidence piles up in favor of training programs that are heavy on high-volume, sub-threshold endurance work and light on harder efforts. Studies of elite and world-champion runners, cyclists and cross-country skiers show that they typically spend …

Endurance Training is Boring? Are You Kidding? Read More »