• trainin and tactics

    ‘Murica, The Tour, and Optimal Cadence

    by  • July 1, 2014 • trainin and tactics

    Cadence

    There’s nothing quite like celebrating ‘Murica, pounding hot dogs, and enjoying three weeks of the Tour de France.  July is the real “most wonderful time of the year” during which the greatest bike racers on the planet battle over the most storied tarmac in our sport.  For nearly 100 years the discussion over cycling cadence has...

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    Do You Have Talent?

    by  • May 24, 2014 • trainin and tactics

    USAC Cycling U23 Talent ID Camp Sunday July 13-Friday July 18  Get More Info and Register Now Do you know a young rider that could be the next big thing? Are you an U23 cyclist that has dreams of becoming professional one day? Are you interested in getting the tools to push yourself as...

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    NorCal Talent ID Camp for U23 Riders

    by  • May 15, 2014 • trainin and tactics

    USAC Cycling U23 Talent ID Camp Sunday July 13-Friday July 18  Get More Info and Register Now Do you know a young rider that could be the next big thing? Are you an U23 cyclist that has dreams of becoming professional one day? Are you interested in getting the tools to push yourself as...

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    When to Ignore the Data

    by  • May 7, 2014 • trainin and tactics

    data

    The integration of data and exercise has grown exponentially in the last few years. For cyclists, accurate data can maximize your training efficiency, help you plan specific race strategy, or give you something to mull over during a slow day at work. Heart rate, normalized power, left-right balance, gear selection; the list of available...

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    Coaches Corner: The California Winter Question

    by  • January 13, 2014 • trainin and tactics

    About Coach Nate Dunn: Nate Dunn has always been passionate about understanding human performance.  What started as a fascination with heart rate monitors in high school led to the completion of his Masters Degree in Kinesiology/Exercise Science from CSUS and the founding of his cycling coaching business Data Driven Athlete.  He can typically be found...

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    Coaches Corner: Designing the Perfect Training Plan

    by  • November 26, 2013 • trainin and tactics

    About Coach Nate Dunn: Nate Dunn has always been passionate about understanding human performance.  What started as a fascination with heart rate monitors in high school led to the completion of his Masters Degree in Kinesiology/Exercise Science from CSUS and the founding of his cycling coaching business Data Driven Athlete.  He can typically be found...

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    Coaches Corner: Planning Your Way Out of The Hole

    by  • October 11, 2013 • trainin and tactics

    About Coach Nate Dunn: Nate Dunn has always been passionate about understanding human performance.  What started as a fascination with heart rate monitors in high school led to the completion of his Masters Degree in Kinesiology/Exercise Science from CSUS and the founding of his cycling coaching business Data Driven Athlete.  He can typically be found...

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    Coaches Corner: Over It? Maybe You Should Skip CX!

    by  • September 10, 2013 • trainin and tactics

    Overtraining, Overreaching, and Planning for Next Season About Coach Nate Dunn: Nate Dunn has always been passionate about understanding human performance.  What started as a fascination with heart rate monitors in high school led to the completion of his Masters Degree in Kinesiology/Exercise Science from CSUS and the founding of his cycling coaching business Data...

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