Rider Resources

Alex Hoehn of Wildlife Generation Pro Cycling tackles virtual racing with Zwift

From Alex: Last weekend I competed in my first virtual race through Zwift. It was definitely a challenge trying to learn everything about virtual racing as it is very different than racing on the road. One of the biggest challenges I had was with drafting. It is a very simple thing to do on the…

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Dean Parker includes exploratory rides (with caves!) in his training

From Dean: Since the lock downs have taken affect, most of my training is by myself. So when I’m doing the intervals and hard efforts that Adam prescribes it’s fine. Nobody else wants to suffer with me. But, Adam also allows some fun rides to help the mental attitude. On Thursday nights, we do a…

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Utilizing Indoor Training Apps for Coaching

Indoor Training Smart Trainer

Source Endurance launched a free guide titled Utilizing Indoor Training Apps for Coaching, written and designed by Colorado-based senior coach Zack Allison. This guide evaluates the smart trainer and all the apps and tools that have come in its wake. Designed with cycling and triathlon coaches in mind, it is also beneficial for the devoted…

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Basic Nutrition for Endurance Athletes, Part 2: Micronutrients, What are They and Why Athletes Need Them

Micronutrients, What are They and Why Athletes Need Them Build a Strong Fueling Foundation for Victory, Blog Series Part 2 Piggy backing off last month’s post where we discussed macronutrients, this month we will discuss micronutrients. In order to optimize performance through nutrition we need to start with the basics and build a solid foundation.…

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Training & COVID-10

COVID-19 & Training

We’ve learned that all of us are on a ridiculous number of email lists since the COVID-19 alarm bells went off. We’ve also learned that many of them aren’t aware that “cancelled” has two Ls.  Yes, everything is cancelled. Right now, there is still hope for summer events and beyond. That timeline seems far off…

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Lori McCarty ups gravel skills at the BWR Survival Camp

From Lori: Incredible. Source Endurance knows how to do camp. My 1st time in California and I rode alongside my favorite cycling celebs, we even squished in vans together. The coaches were open, resourceful and encouraging. They looked out for us and offered advice and humor along the way. The different group options made it…

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Basic Nutrition for Endurance Athletes, Part 1

Build a Strong Fueling Foundation for Victory, Blog Series Part 1 Over the next few months we will discuss the basics of nutritional needs for endurance athletes. In order to optimize performance through nutrition we need to start with the basics and build a solid foundation. Similar to how base training builds a foundation in…

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5 ways to NOT DNF at Dirty Kanza

DNF Kanza

Many begin Dirty Kanza but only the prepared and enduring finish. Although the numbers are not public, we know a high percentage of riders never cross the finish line and need to be picked up by support or get their own ride home. 200 miles is a tall order for most, and likely the longest…

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Questionable Decisions World Tour 2020. Volume 2: Rock Cobbler Recap.

Of all the events on the QDWT2020, this one presents some unique challenges as a coach and also to Casey as an athlete. First, it’s early in the year. February 7 is dangerously early and most of the country spent the weekend shoveling snow while Casey was riding in weather good enough to warrant a…

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Questionable Decisions: World Tour 2020

Casey Cohenmeyer

Meet Casey. Casey is a NICU (Neonatal Intensive Care Unit) Doctor full time and then some who features a hectic work schedule. She’s also a badass who spends her off-hours at some of the most challenging and ridiculous events that her gravel bike can tolerate. She has all the typical limiters that plague the non-pro…

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