Tag Archives: training
By Chris Carmichael Sometimes a great ride is all it takes to make you feel like you’re on top of the world.
By Jim Rutberg, CTS Pro Coach & Co-author “The Time-Crunched Triathlete” A stomach bug is one of the most dreaded circumstances for an athlete preparing for a goal event. Whether it is from a bad plate of food (bacteria) or … Continue reading
**Scroll Down for video and text descriptions of the Core Workout I’m Doing This Week!** As I travel around the country to training camps and events, I get a lot of questions about core strength and stability training. People want … Continue reading
As of this Saturday morning, I’m about 150 miles into my Thanksgiving Challenge, and it’s going to be touch-and-go as to whether I’ll make the full 250. In case you missed it, I decided last week to launch a Thanksgiving … Continue reading
I’m just back from a whirlwind trip to Las Vegas for Interbike, including a few question-and-answer sessions with athletes and cycling industry folks. There’s a lot of nervousness out there, although it’s not about the state of the industry. People … Continue reading