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2016 Starts here
New Season, Try a New Approach Last season is roughly a month old and your motivation for next season is higher than ever. This is a very common trend that surfaces this time each year. The purpose of this blog it to offer up a new perspective with correlating data points to help you make this coming year your best. As you go through the substance below and begin to map a plan be realistic but most importantly, be honest...

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Strength Training- The Hows and Whys
  Without fail every October and November conversations surrounding strength training for cycling always surface. The purpose of this blog is to touch on the why behind a focused strength training plan and offer up a template allowing you to construct your own plan. Much like your on the bike cycling specific training, your strength work should focus on your weaknesses and properly equip you to meet the demands of events you will see in 2016. Before we dive in its important to...

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Training to the Demands of Your Event- Part 2
Training to the demands of your Event- Part 2 The initial blog was dedicated to taking advantage of technology and the various web based tools allowing one to train to targeted events and the relevant demands.  To revisit the post, click here-Training to the demands of your event (Part 1). Anyone that has targeted an event and met or exceeded their goals recognizes that having the power to deliver a result is a fraction of what goes into the preparation...

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Training to the Demands of Your Event
Train to the demands of Your Event (Part 1) A power meter and the correlating software allow one to cater their training to marque events with surgical like precision.  Strava, Garmin Connect, and Training Peaks house all information needed to develop a plan centralized on growing potential limiters as they align with the physiological demands of the events you are targeting. In this two part series we will address the finite points and process specific to preparing you for your...

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What does it really take (Part2)
In the previous blog  we identified what sort of power is needed to win on the highest level in this state. Now that we have recognized the benchmarks, let’s look the types of training and timing that went into getting these results. In doing so, I’m attempting to offer up tangibles that you can use to plan and analyze your own training/racing files. In 2014, both athletes followed what’s called the periodized training model. To learn more about that approach, click...

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