You have been pouring your blood sweat and tears into training, and feel like you are missing something. You just don’t seem to be making the progress you want.
It's November, and chances are you're watching the snow, rain, or both put the freeze on your motivaton to get out there and ride. Stephen Cheung, our resident physiology expert, offers some warm advice on keeping your fitness high, reworking the attitude, and even adding some enjoyment to the winter training program.
To improve your fitness, testing is important, but it’s only the first step. We all want to improve on the bike. We want to climb hills faster, posses more explosive power, and have cunning tactical sense. We want our training programs to show results and get some type of confirmation that all our hard work has paid off...
The season's over, you're burned out, the only riding you're interested in now does not involve a bike. How can you lose interest in something you love so much? Fear not, the lure of the couch can be beaten - if you know how to get motivated...again.
This week's Tool Box raises that age-old but too often unasked question - do you need a coach? Sure, you're the boss of you, but really - a lot of us think we know our bodies, how to train, and our strengths and weaknesses, but can someone else actually help us know ourselves better?
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