Steve’s Recap Of UCI Worlds

Just back from Road Cycling World Championships in Doha, Qatar where two of the riders I coach (Maddie and Robert) were competing. Really interesting experience in having to prepare these riders for two different events (time trial and road race) in what we (rightly) predicted would be extremely hot conditions. While I’m familiar with much of the theory regarding the …

Minimalist Training or Volume Appropriate Training?

Stress + Rest = Adaptation. The fundamental equation for the progression of any biological system. Whether you’re self-coached, coached or mentored, can or can’t go compete at the elite level you can always benefit from a differing point of view. This article may not apply to everyone but it will hopefully spark up some talking points between you and your …

Mentally Attacking Endurance Training

Whether you’re a weekend warrior or a full-time pro upping your mental game can add a huge advantage to your performance. Since most of the readers here are endurance enthusiasts each of you will no doubt be very driven and motivate individuals that aren’t ones to shy away from long miles or hard training. But, have you ever had those …