Tag Archives: training

Periodization part 1: Concepts and Application

The modern concepts of periodization were developed in the 1960’s, and continue to evolve to accommodate the individual needs of a given sport. Without a doubt, sports science and technology have helped to drive training advances, including periodization, but the topic continues to create controversy and confusion within the training...
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The Great Cadence Debate: References

Here is a list of the research I used for my Triathlon Cadence Series in April. While not an exhaustive list, it includes many of the most relevant articles on the topic. Most interesting in a brand new publication by Whitty et al. showing that low cadence interval training improves cycling performance...
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New year, new sponsors

In 2008 I called it time on my road racing career for good. It didn’t take long to find new interests and challenges. While I had long dismissed triathlon, I found myself racing Xterra triathlon in 2010. Fast forward 5 years and I find myself welcoming some of my best sponsors...
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Supplements that DON’T Work: B-12 and anti-oxidants

On Tipcast 50 I answered a question from the mail bag about B-12 supplements, and also tackle the age old question of whether to take anti-oxidants. If you’re someone who wants to optimize your performance and recovery then you’ll want to listen to this one! In response to my anti-oxidant...
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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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