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Archive for September 2016

New Video Consulting Service for Tier 3 and 4 Clients

Beginning October 1, 2016, Source Endurance will be offering video consulting via Google Hangouts, for Tier 3 and Tier 4 clients. This allows for a more personal and direct mode of delivery of consulting services and will enable the coach to utilize screen sharing to analyze your data files with you in real time. You’ll be…

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Join us for the Source Endurance Coffee Ride at the UCI Jingle CX

When: Saturday, September 24. 9:30am, roll at 10am Where: Java House, 211E Washington St. Iowa City, IA Facebook Event: http://bit.ly/2cu0eQo Join Source Endurance coach Grant Harrison for a morning cup of coffee at the Java House in downtown Iowa City. From here, Grant will lead you on a self supported 75-90 minute ride in the Iowa City vicinity ending back…

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Case Study: Matt Kotarbinski, Scout Cycling Team

Matt Kotarbinski is a Cat 2 from Boulder on SE ambassador program Scout Cycling Team. He has a true sprinter phenotype. Coached by Zack Allison, they put in a lot of work this year to improve upon his talents and minimize his weaknesses. Below is a recap of his improvements between 2015 and 2016 and…

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Jan Roubal wins Bell's Beer Copper Trails Festival

In considering all of the factors that decide the outcome of the race, there are some major contributors such as overall fitness, experience, etc. However, often times it’s the little things that mean the difference between 1st and 2nd. In a hard fought battle at the Bell’s Beer Copper Trails Festival last week, Jan Roubal…

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Starting with Coaching for Cyclocross

As a coach, the first thing I do when I get a new client – the very first thing – is ask to look at any data that they have collected over the last couple of seasons. If I get lucky – and I get lucky more often these days than I used to –…

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Mind Matters: Psychological skills for cycling

Any athlete can tell you about their performance in terms of what their time was, what the score was, or other outside variables of the competition that lead to their success or failure. However what is rarely expanded upon in sport is the contribution that was made from an athletes psychological skills towards that performance.…

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