As the dust settles from holiday activities it’s time to Take Action Today and make plans for a year of health and fitness, best personal performances and memorable travel adventures that you’ll look back on, with great satisfaction, when toasting the end of a great 2012.
Every year seems to go quicker than the last. Before you know it we’ll be in summer and shaking our heads at the wonder of how fast time goes by. Hence our Take Action Today initiative. This year will fly by so don’t wait. Let us help you set goals and create a plan of action with the programs, events and travel we’ve lined up for 2012. There’s no reason not to shoot for the moon this year, if you Take Action Today!
Need help making your plan? Call or email me, Tim or Kelly to schedule a free 30′ appointment today.
Here’s what we’ve got lined up for 2012 to help support your plan of action.
Best wishes for a great 2012,
We’ve been working on base building since November, recently finished a three-week cardio pulmonary training block and this week begin a three-week race specific block of training. In this phase we’ll start working at threshold intensities and practice drills to improve your pedaling agility to prepare you for the rhythm of racing and group rides.
As we transition from aerobic foundation training to higher intensity, race-specific training in eCycling, it’s important that your fueling regimen compliments the change. Read Fueling Guidelines for High Intensity Training in eCycling to make sure you’re getting it right. Read More…
This cutting edge small group-training program is sensational. Whether cycling, running, skiing or general fitness is your goal, eStrength is essential action. Combine it with eCycling and you have the program to take your riding to new heights.
eStrength small group training launched in November and the reviews are great. The most frequent comment from members in the program, “Everyone should do this!” Members suggested we promote free demos so everyone can test drive a class and see how much fun and effective this training really is. Read more…
Optimizing the results of your training time requires precision. This is the most basic premise of every program we offer here at Endurance. Whether you choose eCycling, eStrength or eCoaching to support your 2012 goals, the assessments we offer in the lab are essential to making the most of your valuable training time.
For the best results in the current eCycling training phase, precise identification of your anaerobic threshold power and heart rate is vital. Guess to high and you won’t be able to complete the workouts consistently and if too low, the stress will not be sufficient to improve this key performance variable. It’s also important to know your aerobic threshold for your longer outdoor endurance rides that compliments your eCycling high intensity training for the optimal weekly training micro-cycle. Read more…
I can’t emphasize the importance of a good fit enough. Forgetting high level performance and efficiency for a moment, a good fit will just feel natural, comfortable and free your legs to pedal the bike. More fun instantly.
Sitting on the bike in the best position for your size and shape is often counterintuitive. I see so many riders on the road out of balance on their bikes. The results are poor energy transmission to the drive train and the feeling that the bike just doesn’t handle that well through corners and descending. Read more…
2012 eTravel, eCamps and Events
Now that you’ve decided on a 2012 plan of action to take improve your cycling fitness, it’s time to set a target to shoot for. This year we’re offering more trips, camps and rides then ever before. All of these events will be on a web calendar (coming soon) with all pertinent details.
The July 7-14 Southern France Cycling Trip is hot and selling now. Check it out and email Tim at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a spot today.
Take a look at the rest of our planned events and let us know which one you’re interested in via email email@example.com or email Charlie at firstname.lastname@example.org Read more…