Posts By: CTS

Trainright Now: Cycling Fast and Safely in the Rain

Originally published in Road Bike Action Magazine, July 2014 By Chris Carmichael On a recent Saturday morning I got a call from Jerry, an athlete I’ve only been working with for a short time. His criterium started in an hour and he was sitting in his car listening to the rain pound on the roof….

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Weekend Reading: 8 Sources of Kick Ass Inspiration!

This is a holiday weekend in the US, celebrating Independence Day. July 4th has always been one of my favorite holidays. It’s a day, or a long weekend, featuring parades, fireworks, barbeques, and all manner of events. In Colorado – as elsewhere in the country – active people are flocking to the outdoors to spend…

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Weekend Reading: Use These Intervals to Unlock Your Speed!

Being a strong athlete and being a fast athlete are not necessarily the same thing. There are a lot of athletes who have great endurance and can maintain a hard and steady pace hour after hour. But a lot of times those strong athletes lack the punch for high-speed, high-intensity efforts. That’s why speed work…

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Workout and Tips for Better Pace Line Performance

A few weeks ago we were driving back from the Dirty Kanza 200 and I saw the road sign for Ellicott Highway as we approached Colorado Springs. My mind instantly went back to the early 1990s and Jiri Mainus’ tortuous – but effective – team time trial workouts. This week’s blog was inspired by those…

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