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  2018-07-10 |   Category : Featured Athletes, Uncategorized

We had sometime to catch up with local cyclist Wesley Miyamura who is racing for Davis Bike Club Elite Team this 2018 race season. Wes switched over to Dai’s U23 Coaching Program late in the season after not seeing the results from another coaching company. He’s been working hard in the studio the past two months …

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  2018-07-04 |   Category : Featured Athletes, Uncategorized

Dr. Gonzalo Montero works and lives out of Mexico City while training thru Dai Endurance based out of Northern California. His goals like many are to reach his potential and achieve the best results he can in the endurance based sports he does. Here’s Gonzalo’s answers to some questions that we ask many of our …

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  2018-06-27 |   Category : Featured Athletes, Uncategorized

In the last week of June Dai Endurance featured David Krail as our “Athlete of the Week.” We got some insight into what makes Dave tick and here are his answers. What do you do in real life? I am a Shift Lead at a battery manufacturing facility. What are your weaknesses? PEANUT BUTTER. Anything …

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  2018-06-07 |   Category : Featured Athletes

Dai Endurance athlete Andrew Agoliati may live across the country from our studio here in Sacramento, Ca but that hasn’t stopped him from training at all. Andrew lives, works, and trains out of New York but has dreams of competing in Leadville, Co. After training with Julie Young for the past 3 months Andrew was …

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  2018-05-04 |   Category : Uncategorized

RIDE INTO MAY Junior Summer Skills Camp In June we will offer a multi-day Junior skills and riding camp.  The camp will run three days from 9 am to around 12:00 noon.  The camp will run the full spectrum of group riding and beginning racing skills.  Most of the focus will be on road cycling, but many of the basic skills, …

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  2018-03-12 |   Category : Articles

By Robert Ressl-Moyer Training plans are accessable anywhere at anytime. For free or at little cost. Why bother on spending money on a coach? Accountability Accountability is one of the most important reasons to hire a coach or a trainer. Many trainees are enthusiastic when choosing an event to train for. But besides a very …

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  |   Category : Articles, Training Tips

By Julie Young   I think as runners one of the best ways to insure performance gains is to be proactive with injury prevention. Injury prevention and improved performance go hand in hand. As runners, it’s tricky because we are dealing with ground forces. Every time our foot strikes the ground a force reverberates up …

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  2018-02-21 |   Category : Featured Athletes

Each week we here at Dai Endurance like to put our athletes in the spotlight. We love seeing their feedback on why they like working with us but also what they think they can work on and how we can help them achieve their goals. In February we had a chance to speak with Autumn …

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  2018-02-07 |   Category : Articles

How do you gauge your training intensity? Is it based off of a rating of perceived exertion (RPE)? Do you stick to your heart rate zones? Do you establish power zones according to your functional threshold power (FTP)? Or do you use your VO2max/lactate threshold value? Not one of these methods is necessarily wrong or …

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  2018-01-07 |   Category : Nutrition, Training Tips

At Dai we prioritize educating our client-athletes on the why of training. This empowers and helps them connect the dots and ultimately motivates more effective training. We also strive to help them to understand there is not one silver bullet to improved fitness and performance. But it’s consistently practicing healthy “habits” (good sleep, hydration, and …

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