Monthly Archive: February, 2014

What’s the most stupid, grueling endurance challenge you have taken on?

Just planning a 2nd round at the half marathon in a suit of armour, perhaps this time not post A&E visit, with no ankle armor and some food & drink to keep me… Continue reading

Why you should be interested in Big Data in Professional Cycling

Below is a summary of the topics to be highlighted in our FREE 16 page ebook – ‘Innovations in Cycling Science through ‘Big Data’ – HERE . Huge investment will go into this area… Continue reading

What’s your most pressing question in endurance sport training?

So you might have already signed up to our newsletter (if not you can HERE) and thanks for that. You would have read some good tips for your endurance training, ultra cycling or… Continue reading

Highlights of 2013 World Ironman Championship, Kona, Hawaii

Training hard for a place at the Ironman World Championships in Kona? Well here is a little bit of inspiration I found from 2013, race highlights: Interested in training for extreme endurance sport… Continue reading

Marco Pantani – Pain & sublime victory in the cruel mountains

“I’ll tell you what racing’s about. It’s about suffering. It’s about pain – racing hurts.”  Pain. When you are dripping sweat, your heart is pounding and your legs are burning, what else can… Continue reading

Top 5 blogs for Procycling

‘The Beauty of Cycling’ – With 27,000 followers this site is Alongside race results, interviews with procyclists and articles on cycling history, you will receive informative & unique commentary on what’s new in… Continue reading

Big Data in Procycling – Winning the ‘Arms Race’

Last month I released an ebook on Big Data and Cycling innovation Here If you found that interesting, why not sign up for future articles in our newsletter – here . As you will see the… Continue reading

Power output demands of competitive women’s road cycle racing

With the welcomed news yesterday of the La Course by Le Tour de France – a one day women’s competition (July 27th) staged hours before Tour riders race on the same circuit to finish the three-week… Continue reading

Endurance athletes need pain to pace themselves

Consider the majority. Most people find it hard to make the time or energy to work out at all, let alone train for a grueling endurance challenge – whether that’s a marathon, ultra… Continue reading

Short term sprint interval vs traditional endurance training

Trying to balance ultra cycling training and a 9-5 job is difficult. Many riders have heard of the benefits of indoor training – intensity, measuring power improvements, strength endurance, etc – hence the… Continue reading