The 2021 Wisconsin cyclocross season winds up Saturday at the state championship race in Waterloo with not only championship jerseys on the line but several overalls will come down to the final race. I’ve been announcing at most of the races this year, getting a...
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My training for cyclocross season seems to be right on target at the halfway point. I now build strength and speed as I continue with yoga to improve mobility.
Fueling for long rides means staying on top of your carbohydrates with gels, gummies, and solid food that are easy on your gut.
Two books taught me how to breathe better, reduce serious asthma and VCD symptoms with less medication, and be able to race again!
Yoga for Recovery is a free Facebook live class on the Simple Endurance Coaching FB page, Monday evenings at 7:30. Join us to recover from the weekend!