Earlier this spring myself and some of our athletes did the Haystack time trail in Boulder, CO. our warm was perfect. And it got me thinking. What is the perfect warm up?
After an early morning of helping out with the race I got in 30 minutes or so over very easy riding. At which point of began doing 1 minute and 90 seconds int. at a building intensity up to my goal race wattage. These did not feel good. Because I felt less than ideal I did not force the issue. I stayed calm and…Continue
Posted on June 14, 2012 at 5:44pm — 1 Comment
“You're not gona make it.”
3 miles of the 140.6 to go and I could barely hear Chris any more. At only 6 miles into the run there were about 10 guys in my age group within 2 miles. Say 14’ max. For a guy with his 2 strongest sports behind him and a spot to the world championships in Kona, Hi…
Posted on July 29, 2011 at 10:34am — 2 Comments
Break that FTP plateau! Some athletes thrive on these workouts and can perform them better than steady efforts at 100% of threshold. Other suffer like never before. There is a reason weight lifters do many different types of chest exercises, all chest workouts are not created equal.…Continue
Posted on March 28, 2011 at 7:30pm