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June 30, 2019

The other day in Progressive Cycling™, we did one of my favorite cycling workouts. It’s very simple at the outset, but if you think about it, you’ll see where it gets complicated.

The workout was short – only 90 minutes – and the class was instructed to set the cycling...

January 28, 2018

Many people rely on motivation, when in fact if they create strong habits, motivation will take care of itself.

March 4, 2014

I realize that some of you might be “Accidental Triathletes”, barely remembering how and why you got into this sport. For some of you, it may have become a way to stay fit, or you like the image, the lifestyle, or like the friends you’ve made along the way. Even so, mo...

January 28, 2014

Carbohydrate is typically the limiting energy substrate in exercise, meaning that it will run out before protein or fat runs out. Glycogen depletion is a term used to describe when carbohydrates are used up and no longer exist as a fuel source for working muscles.

In o...

May 1, 2013

When I was asked to do the nutrition column for B2B again this year, I eagerly agreed. In over ten years of coaching, I can tell you that some of the best training and athletic plans can be completely derailed due to bad nutrition and bad fueling. So, given that we are...

We have talked quite a bit this year about intensity factor, normalized power, and training stress scores and how they factor into pacing your races, especially the longer races. As I mentioned, many coaches have suggested a TSS of 280 on the bike to be optimal for a s...

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