Tag Archive: endurance

Cycling Science in the Tour of Flanders – Cobbles & Breakaways

#CobbleScience – Click to Tweet I hope your Sunday is free, one of the most eagerly-anticipated races in professional cycling, the second of the five monuments and the biggest Flemish race of the year –… Continue reading

My Linkedin Post – Why I like to work with Endurance Sport athletes

    #MyLinkedIn No doubt you have seen some great Linkedin ‘Influencer’ posts go up in the last few weeks as the business network continues its journey to a publishing platform. With such… Continue reading

Getting into Track Cycling – Dedicated post for UK schools

  [This is a dedicated post for a UK School Sports organization. However details on the sport are of course relevant globally and I hope you are encouraged to take up this great… Continue reading

Closer look at the decisive day in Tour of Britain – Stage 3,The Tumble summit finish

Last night the 8 stages of the 2014 Tour of Britain was announced, with a gruelling 3rd stage arguably going to be the decisive moment for the GC win. The Guardian summed the announcement up… Continue reading

What does lasers have to do with cycling?!?

Unfortunately an ebook pdf doesn’t allow me to put this article’s conclusion (video) right in front of you – so here we have innovation number 3! Bring out the Laser For some time,… Continue reading

No more Ice Baths – Cycling innovation No2

More on the next steps in cycling innovation [going to combine the top 10 innovations in an easy ebook asap; you are welcome to sign up to our newsletter As you may have seen… Continue reading

The Power Post – What it takes to be a fast cyclist

“It’s about as much time in the saddle as possible. The more you ride the better you get. It’s as simple as that. Once you get that big engine you go more into… Continue reading

Sex and training – Do cyclists have to sacrifice more than Saturday morning lie-ins?

Athletes and coaches the world over have long subscribed to the belief that it’s best to abstain from sex before athletic competitions.Boxing legend Muhammad Ali allegedly abstained from sex a month and a… Continue reading

How to Train For An Ironman Triathlon [2/2]

Following Part 1 of How to Train for An Ironman Triathlon, which gave a basic 6 month training plan, key take-home points for in sync weight training & nutrition plus specific training to ‘break the… Continue reading

Top 10 Cycle Climbs in Asia Pacific

From the monkey-patrolled gradients of Malaysia’s Genting Highland to the gruelling 23% climb of Thailand’s highest mountain, Doi Inthaneon, today we run through Asia’s most punishing & rewarding climbs. Get ready to grind… Continue reading