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  2012-12-04 |   Category : Uncategorized

Nature’s Bakery is an all-natural snack foods company that supports health conscious living and active lifestyles. At  “The Bakery”, we believe in keeping things simple, like our ingredients, and seeking balance in life by embracing nature, activity, nutrition and community. Our all natural fig bars are a delicious portable snacks that are great for kid’s lunches, …

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  2012-12-02 |   Category : Uncategorized
  2012-11-20 |   Category : Athlete's Blog

A conversation with Colene Crowley, Rio Strada Racer, on foundation phase training in the o2fitness-Rio Strada team training group… I am loving the training.  Despite the fact I do not do all of it.  Now, the rain!!! I can really do and like a controlled, planned, training session, there is a defined start and finish …

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  2012-11-18 |   Category : Uncategorized

Maximize Your Workouts with Silver Sage Sports Performance Center and o2fitness We are proud to announce new and improved services. Read on… Silver Sage Sports Performance Center has just installed the ParvoMedic True One Metabolic and Vo2Max testing cart. This is the unit currently in use at the US and Canadian Olypmic training-centers. The lactate …

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  2012-11-13 |   Category : Uncategorized

No matter the time of year – optimize your training opportunity by attacking each day, from rest to specific intensity, with understanding and purposeful intention. Winter, so-called off-season, is an opportunity to build a wide deep foundation of cycling specific fitness that allows for improved in season durability and recovery. But there is a fine …

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  2012-11-11 |   Category : Athlete's Blog

I think I had my best Davis ride today. We changed the cranks to the 170s with standard chain rings.  Love the new gears. Much more comfortable and my legs did not hurt like they normally do. I can’t wait to get home and compare my rides on Strava to check the speed of this …

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There’s 2500 race participants in Geyserville waiting for the start of the Healdsburg Half Marathon the last weekend of October.  The announcer is talking about the course, “there’s water at miles 2, 4,…and Accelerade at miles…and white wine at mile 10.  This is a beautiful course, so everyone needs to take advantage of the rolling …

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  2012-10-26 |   Category : Uncategorized

  Below is an article that Dr. Andy Pasternak and I wrote for the Reno Gazette Journal. Martha Bellisle wrote a personal sidebar of her Vo2max testing experience. Physiological testing provides the tools to maximize your training time investment. Often, we find that it’s the person relatively new to exercise who benefits the most from testing. …

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  2012-10-01 |   Category : Athlete's Blog

Recently I had to make a personal decision, and honestly it was very tough. For years I’ve contemplated the hobby I love (cycling) vs. furthering my education in gaining my MBA. Finally, after much personal deliberation, I have chosen the MBA. That being said, however, I still hold the last four (4) years with Julie …

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  2012-09-24 |   Category : Athlete's Blog

My season started out with promise in February.  It quickly went awry starting with Snelling, where I DNF’d due to back pain that would always start around mile 30 of a road race.  From there, it went downhill pretty rapidly and continued doing so until a thoroughly awful weekend at the Chico Stage race, where my back problems really …

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