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April 17, 2017

Are Your Recovery Rides Too Hard?

A recovery ride is about promoting blood flow to the legs without producing much of a training response. Often cyclists will go too hard on a recovery ride thinking an easy ride is not very productive. In this video I explain why knowing how to go easy is as important as knowing how to go hard.

March 28, 2017

How to beat a Peter Sagan

Do you ride with someone who is a “Peter Sagan”? A rider who is stronger than you and faster than you when it comes to a sprint finish. The good news is you can still beat him and here is how. 

March 2, 2017

How to Keep Your Fitness When You Can’t Ride

Recently I spent some time in Poland with the Iceman Wim Hof. I did not ride my bike for over 2 weeks but when I got back on my bike I was very surprised to find that I felt like I had lost no fitness. This is not how I normally feel after a 2 week break.

In this video I share what I did to keep my form while not being able to train.

February 22, 2017

When You Hit a Plateau with your Cycling Improvements

It’s not uncommon to feel like you have hit a plateau with your cycling improvements. Maybe you have not seen any major gains in your best power numbers or maybe you just feel like you are working really hard but are not seeing any major gains.

In this video I share some thoughts and tips that can help you take your cycling to the next level.

February 6, 2017

Best Cycling Training After a Few Days Off The Bike

Do you ever stress when you don’t get to train for a few days in a row? Here are my tips on what training you can do when you resume cycling and how sometimes a forced break may not always be a bad thing.

December 31, 2016

3 Key Training Sessions to Keep Improving on Limited Time

In this video I share with you 3 sessions that will help you to keep improving or at least hold a high level of fitness even when life throws a curve ball or you don’t feel you have enough time to train.

If you perform these 3 sessions each week you will continue to improve or maintain a high level. The beauty is you only need 3 of these specific sessions each week to hold a very high level of fitness.

The 3 sessions/week are:
1 x Muscular Endurance ride (long tempo effort or group ride)
1 x V02 Session (2-4 minutes at above threshold intensity)
1 x Threshold/Sub Threshold (sustained effort for 15-60 minutes).

December 25, 2016

The Number One Frustration For Most Cyclists (Time)

Recently I asked my email list what their number one frustration was when it came to their cycling training. It was interesting to see that by far the number one frustration was having limited time, not being able to train consistently, and having events affect the training plan.

To help you with these challenges I made a video with some tips on how to prioritize your training, feel productive and continue to make improvements even when life throws some curve balls.

October 5, 2016

Cycling Tips to Improve your Hill Climbing

In this video I share some cycling tips that will help improve your hill climbing.

August 3, 2016

Cycling Burnout and How to Bounce Back Quickly

In this video I talk about cycling burnout and how to bounce back quickly.

June 22, 2016

Are You Doing Too Many High Intensity Rides?

Are you doing too many high intensity rides? In this video I share my experience and some tips on how to manage your training intensity so that you continue to improve and avoid burnout.