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6 Goal Setting Failures That Will Ruin Your Season

You would think that setting goals would be one of the simpler components of being an athlete. What do you want to do? What do you want to accomplish? What lights that fire in your belly? But the truth is that many athletes are much better at stepping through a long series of workouts than…

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Posted: January 20, 2017

Author: CTS

Categories: Blogs, Training

7 Tips for Mastering a Cycling Paceline

  There’s something special about a well-organized high-speed paceline. By sharing the work of pushing through the wind miles fly by at speeds no one in the group could achieve solo. A good paceline epitomizes teamwork and the notion of a group being better than the sum of its parts. On the other hand, a…

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Coming Back from a Stomach Bug: Gastroenteritis Treatment for Athletes

By Jim Rutberg, CTS Pro Coach & Co-author “The Time-Crunched Cyclist” No one likes a stomach bug, least of all an athlete motivated to train or getting ready for an upcoming event. Whether it is from a bad plate of food (bacteria) or something your kids brought home from school (virus), you have most likely…

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14 Group Ride Etiquette Tips: How to Avoid Being “That Guy” (or Girl)

I’m getting ready for the first event of the 2017 Bucket List Calendar, the California Coast Ride. Over in Europe and in the Southwest US, pro teams are getting together for team camps. And despite rumors of the death of the local group ride, athletes around the country are still meeting outside bike shops and…

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CTS Announces 2017 Product, Service, Event, and Charitable Partnerships

Including Pinarello, Shimano, Giordana, Kenda, Niner, SDG, and ESI Grips (January 17, Colorado Springs, CO) – CTS, one of the premier coaching and training camp companies in the endurance sports industry, today announced their complete range of 2017 partnerships. These partnerships are indicative of CTS’s continued leadership position within the endurance sports and performance coaching…

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How To Tell If An Indoor Cycling Class Is Any Good

Will a “spin class” at my local gym help me in the winter? This is a perennial question, but it’s also a very good one. Every fitness club has some form of indoor cycling class, and during the dead of winter it’s very tempting to jump in rather than slave away on an indoor trainer all…

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CTS Announces Partnership with Pinarello

4-Year Deal Includes Purchase Incentives for CTS Athletes (January 12, 2017 – Colorado Springs, CO) – CTS, the premier endurance coaching and training camp company, today announced the signing of a 4-year partnership with world-class bicycle manufacturer Pinarello. For the next four years CTS Coaches will ride Pinarello road bikes during all coaching, training camp,…

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Athlete Survival Guide to Cold and Flu Season

  By Jim Rutberg with Noah Collins What were the last 5 objects or surfaces you touched? When was the last time you touched your face or put something in your mouth? How long has it been since you washed your hands? See where we’re going with this? If you’re like a lot of people,…

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Snowstorm Indoor Cycling Training Plan

Make the Most of Two Days Stuck Indoors Out west the Sierras and Rockies got pummeled by snow earlier this week, and this weekend it’s the East Coast’s turn. Across the northern half of the US, and maybe some parts of the south, a lot of cyclists and triathletes are going to be spending the…

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Are You Falling Prey to These Common Weight Loss Myths?

With a few more pounds around our midsections thanks to the holidays, weight loss is a hot topic in January. And while many people start the new year with a “new” shortcut to shed pounds by Spring Break, smart athletes understand that a wise combination of nutrition and exercise will melt away those pounds. But…

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