Category Archives: Training

The PMC: capturing the essence of TARWAP

What an obscure name for an article! Bet I get about 5 hits. This is an article about training with power and integrating classical periodised training planning into the theories expounded in “Training and Racing with a Power Meter” by … Continue reading

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A bit more on sprinting…

Ok, I thought I’d finished that post, but (as usual) as soon as you think you’ve finished something… My team-mate Dave posted a link up on our forum today to an interesting literature review entitled Understanding Sprint-Cycling Performance: The Integration … Continue reading

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Sprint Training

The Bunch Sprint. All of the attacks and digs earlier in the race come to nothing as the peloton screams towards the finish. Those with the nerve, and the legs, jostle for position at the front. Two kilometres from the … Continue reading

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Good News!!

So, what’s the good news? I bought an iPad 3! Why is that good news? I’m finally feeling enabled. Enabled enough to update my blog. So, what am I going to be doing with all of this enablement, I hear … Continue reading

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Sleep Deprivation

Last night was brutal: today I am exhausted. This tiredness has a familiar feeling,  physically and mentally. I am a new parent again, but with my son sleeping soundly in the next room. No matter how hard I try, the … Continue reading

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