Coach Interview: In these times of 'lockdown' and 'self isolation' it's hard to know what training to do. In his hunt for good advice, Ed Hood contacted ex-pro and coach, Dan Fleeman for some wise words.
Peaks Coaching Group (PCG)--industry leaders in data-driven coaching--announced today that they will be leading the world’s first motion analysis cycling camp using the award winning LEOMO TYPE-R in Boulder, CO July 14-19, 2019.
Toolbox: Another year has started, but it is not too late make your resolutions for a better season. Here is a list of 10 resolutions to improve your cycling, not just for January, but for the whole year. Throughout the 2019 season, when things are going both good and bad, check back to this list to keep your training on track.
Rider Scout Interview: Becoming a professional cyclist is not easy, apart from the long training rides, hard racing and living the life of an athlete, you need that big break. Christophe Andre has been helping many riders from Britain and his home country of France with a step up to the pro ranks - Ed Hood has a word with the man who helped Adam Yates, amongst others.
Having a coach is a terrific way to self-improvement, but it’s not the only way. Whether you work with a coach or not, it’s essential that you have a basic understanding of coaching theory to facilitate communication and so you don’t become a mindless robot. In this segment, we take a look at some of the things to consider during the race season.