Does Your Base Phase Need to Be Slow and Steady?
By Philip Hatzis
For long endurance events, a slow and steady base phase might be too slow and steady. Here’s how to mix up your base...
How to Make Your Indoor Trainer Sessions More Engaging
By Jamie Blanchfield
Banish trainer boredom when riding indoors! Stay focused, goal-oriented and engaged as you put in some serious saddle time...
How to Share Your Athletic Achievements with Athletes You Coach
By Matt Fitzgerald
No one wants to listen to their coach rant & rave about their ‘glory days,’ but there are ways to...
Finding Your “Why”
By Philip Hatzis
In sport, it’s not “what” you do, but “why” you do it that will create a sense of wellbeing...
Why You Should Measure HRV Through the Off-Season
By Simon Wegerif
You might consider HRV to be a tool solely for measuring overtraining, but you can learn valuable lessons for the season to...
How to Train for Downhill Running
By Doug Stewart
We all know we can make up significant time if we improve our descending, but what’s the healthiest way to train for...
4 Steps to Train Through an Injury
By Caitlin Glenn Sapp
An injury doesn’t mean your athlete’s training has to come to a screeching halt. Help them train through their...
Strategies for Avoiding Holiday Weight Gain
By Joe Hamilton
The holidays mean great food—but indulging too much could affect your training well into the spring. Here are some...
Your Season Review in 7 Questions
By Laura Marcoux
It can be tempting to start your next season before fully processing your last one, but taking a moment to reflect can give...
Your Guide to Trainer Season
By Dave Schell
Riding the trainer has both benefits and drawbacks. Here’s how to utilize this tool for maximum training effect.