The Numbers Game

I’ve seen a few posts and had a few conversations lately about the trend for berating the modern training equipment and methods used by some novice and lower category cyclists. There seems to be an attitude out there – especially amongst the older more experienced or successful riders – that power meters, training zones, structured […]

So that was 2016…

So 2016 draws to a close, and I’ve got another 12 months of coaching under my belt. It has (and no doubt will continue to be) a constant learning curve. The biggest challenge is realizing that everybody is different and responds to different things. There are the riders who are into the numbers and upload […]

Is your cycling performance fully insulated?

We’ve all heard David Brailsfords ‘aggregation of marginal gains’ mantra. Making small improvements in several areas can make significant overall improvements in your performance. He didn’t however invent this way of approaching things. I once had a boss who every time he found a coin on the floor (no matter what the value) would proudly […]