“The only way to reach your full potential is through hard work, discipline and a proper training program.”
Off The Bike:
If your goal is to get faster, then you need to produce more force. The force you generate is created through muscle contraction. Strength training is no longer an option, it is imperative. Cyclists have misconceptions of what strength training for them will involve because they have seen it done incorrectly many times. Only qualified, trained professionals should be programming your off the bike training. Core and stabilizer muscle strength must be developed before gross movement patterns of the prime movers are programmed. In addition, one must demonstrate strength over their own body before external resistance is applied. You need a customized and professionally programmed strength training plan.
On The Bike:
Unless your a professional cyclist who is getting paid to spend several hours on a bike you are limited in how much time you can train. You need to make the most of that time. Developing a training schedule for your season on your own can be a daunting task. Applying fitness principles such as training volume, intensity and frequency require professional experience and knowledge. A training professional can also help you reassess your program goals as the season progresses.
- Off The Bike programming and one-on-one training.
- On The Bike training schedule administered via Training Peaks (Bronze, Silver and Gold level packages)
- Sport Nutrition for all aspects of training and racing.
- Lab Testing for body fat composition, FTP, LTHR and LSCT.