Tag Archives: power meters

Join our research project

Make the most of your indoor training and become a citizen scientist by participating is bike to run study. Mary Baldwin University and Norfolk State University are conducting a joint study on how pacing during cycling impacts subsequent running performance during duathlon and triathlon. Interested? Here’s what we’re looking for:...
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ESP Tipcast 72 follow-up: Building toward 2016

On Tipcast 72 I discussed the importance of using your off-season as a springboard for next season’s success. Sound like old advice? Yup, you’re right. But the truth is, many athletes still fall well short of the mark in the off-season by resting too much, or simply having no coherent...
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Performance Optimal: Can micro-dosing really improve performance?

In a continuing series of articles and podcast as we lead up to the World Cycling Championships in September, I delve into doping through micro-dosing. As testing has became more stringent in the 2000’s, it is believed that athletes, including pro cyclists, moved to micro-dosing drugs like EPO to reap...
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Peer-review research: What you need to know!

There are two things you may have realized about me, the podcast, and the blog is that I have a love-hate relationship with peer-review, but that I also hate reading bullshit advice/opinions. There is so much conflicting and misleading information on the internet now its nearly impossible to discern what...
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LIMITED COACHING SPOTS AVAILABLE!

        I have a few open spots for 2015 coaching. If you are an individual who has been struggling to improve, or simply lack the training time many coaches demand, please contact me and tell me your story. Coaching rates are variable based on your individual need, but...
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