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  2019-04-06 |   Category : Articles

  This month our training article gets a little bit personal. About a month ago, I herniated a disc in my thoracic spine. It is the first major injury I have had in nearly 20 years, and it has been quite the learning experience. I thought this would be a great opportunity to talk about …

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  2019-03-27 |   Category : Featured Athletes

Dai Endurance Athlete of the Week is .. Erin Abrahams! Erin is a avid endurance mountain bike racer that has plans to conquer Colorado’s legendary Leadville MTB100. Erin trains remotely thru Dai out in Boston where she follows a training plan written by our expert coaches. Here is a little more on Erin… What do …

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  2019-03-20 |   Category : Featured Athletes

Dai Endurance Athlete of the Week is… Charles de Pottere! Charles is based out of Colorado, while still be able to use Dai Endurance as his training partner. He’s looking to go after the big one.. Leadville MTB100! We will give him the tools to do great things there. Good Luck Charles! Here’s our short …

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  2019-03-11 |   Category : Articles

March Newsletter EXTRA! EXTRA! Read all about it! Translating General Strength In To Specific Cycling Strength By, Julie Young Now that the majority of the general strength in the gym is complete, it’s time to put those strength gains to work on the bike. But what exactly have we achieved with the off-season investment in …

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  2019-03-06 |   Category : Featured Athletes

Dai Endurance Athlete of the Week is.. Emily Skiles Q. What do you do in real life? A. Physical Therapist Assistant Q. Why are you training? A. I feel my best when I’m training, setting new goals, and pushing myself to be better.   Q. What’s your ideal sporting event to attend or compete? A. …

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  2019-03-04 |   Category : Featured Athletes

This past month we featured local master’s racer DC Hays! He’s a super rad guy as well as great athlete! Here’s a little from DC himself… Q. What do you do in real lifeA. I am a Program manager at a energy conservation Non-ProfitQ. What are your weaknesses? A. I want to feel like a …

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  |   Category : Articles

Translating General Strength In To Specific Cycling Strength Now that the majority of the general strength in the gym is complete, it’s time to put those strength gains to work on the bike. But what exactly have we achieved with the off-season investment in a strength program? And now what? How do we translate that …

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  2019-01-31 |   Category : Articles

Team Training Camps By Michael Sayers    It is that time of year again. The time when the weather has forced us to look to places where the sun shines. For most of us, we want to spend those sunny days with friends,and hopefully friends that double as teammates. This time of year, we are …

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  |   Category : Athlete's Blog

Bike Fit Follow Up with Chris DeMattei   Recently we had the pleasure of having Chris DeMattei in our studio to get his fit feeling right for his 2019 racing season. Chris is a local to NorCal racing the master’s category in the NCNCA as well as cyclocross and many organized Grand Fondos. We caught …

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  2019-01-08 |   Category : Articles

Keeping Our Young Athletes Happy, Healthy and Whole There is increasing need for training programs for youth. Interestingly, this need is driven by two polar opposite factors. At one end of the spectrum, we have a segment of the youth population specializing in a single sport at a younger age, and as result we are …

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