Posts By: CTS

Step-by-Step Instructions on How to Ride Rollers

  By CTS Premier Coach and Kinetic Performance Director Jim Lehman If you’re looking to add a valuable new component to your indoor training, then it’s time to learn how to ride Kinetic Z rollers! Here’s a quick how-to guide to getting started. Why ride rollers? Before learning how to ride rollers, let’s talk about…

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Weekend Reading: The Best of Everything From 2014

As we get ready to celebrate the 15th Anniversary of CTS in 2015, I want to take the opportunity to look back over 2014 and call out some of the most memorable moments of the year. It was a year that included highs and lows, as every year does, but thankfully there were many more…

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News Release: Strava Gears Up with Training Plans for Cyclists, Powered by CTS

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For more information, contact: Michael Oldenburg +1 415.971.4235 oldenburg@strava.com   Strava Gears Up with Training Plans for Cyclists Plans from CTS Help Improve Performance on Strava Segments SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., (Jan. 8, 2015) — Strava, the online network connecting the global community of athletes, has introduced training plans for cyclists. Developed by…

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The 3 Best Sub-60 Minute Indoor Cycling Workouts

  By CTS Pro Coach Jim Rutberg Let’s face it; there are times when indoor training is a lot more convenient – and potentially more effective – than riding outdoors. As I’ve moved from being a bike racer with unlimited training time to a working parent and career professional I’ve learned to embrace indoor cycling…

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6 Tip to Improve Your Climbing Performance

Pretty much every cyclist we talk to wants to go uphill faster. And while we spend a lot of time focused on increasing power output and reducing bodyweight, these two things only give you the capacity – the potential – to go faster uphill. Actually riding faster on a climb comes down to applying your…

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Weekend Reading: Do These 4 Things in December to Have a Great January

  January is traditionally when endurance athletes in the Northern Hemisphere dig in and recommit themselves to goal-oriented training. The months of November and December are often less structured, even for time-crunched athletes who rely more heavily on shorter, higher-intensity workouts to maintain and improve fitness. It’s a smart idea to think of the next…

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