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Wednesday Windtrainer Workout: Hurt Box

This session is a great way to develop your ability to suffer and then continue to suffer. Suitable for road cyclists and also triathletes. This session can be done on the road as well.  An undulating course is perfect if not…

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What are the Consequences of Missing a Workout?

What are the consequences of missing a workout? Although this isn’t a common question the implications of the answer affect anyone following a training plan. A training plan is only as good as the adherence to this plan. As a…

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Is More Training Better?

Is more training better? How much is too much? How hard is too hard? I’m feeling good so I should push myself hard today. All common questions or statements that I deal with as a coach. What are the answers…

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3 Little Pigs

The 3 little pigs is a children’s story about how 3 little pigs work together to be better than the big bad wolf. Independently the big bad wolf has it over them. In the same way that the 3 little…

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Periodisation of Training: Weekly Periodisation Part 1

Periodisation is a term used by coaches and sports scientists alike to describe the concept of varying training load and/or stimulus to maximise the benefits for their athlete(s). This can happen at many different levels weekly, monthly or yearly. The…

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Rest and Recovery: How to Recover from Racing and Training Better

Does your training and racing leave you tired and shattered? Want to get back up and going quicker after events or training sessions? There are a range of things you can do to assist with recovering from events and training…

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