Baselines

Baselines

Sprinting in the New Year As described in my previous blog post, I am going to be spending the next two months seeing what happens when I train like a track sprinter.  In order to be able to judge the success of this training, I needed to find out a couple baseline numbers to compare the final numbers against. January

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Looking Back: Reviewing Season Goals

Season Goals

Looking Back at How I Measured up Against My Season Goals The other day while sitting at my desk, I noticed the training plan I had written last winter ahead of the 2016 season.  It wasn’t so much the race times, weekly hours, and training goals that caught my attention, but more specifically it was the season goals I had

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The Importance of Aerodynamics

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A Real World Case Study in the Importance of Aerodynamics We here it all the time: Aero is everything.  You can save x watts with y.  Blah blah blah.  You’ve heard all the marketing mumbo-jumbo.  But its not too often that we get to actually see how much of an impact aerodynamics makes on our rides.  So in order to

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Dam Cross 2016

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Dam Cross Race Report That’s a wrap on the Ontario cyclocross season.  Dam Cross was the final event of a big season for Ontario cyclocross.  Attendance records were broken and broken again as registration numbers soared.  The racing was also pretty good with new events and returning classics and courses offering up a variety of challenges. Dam Cross was no

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Vaughan Cyclocross Classic 2016

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Vaughan Cyclocross Classic Race Report One of these weeks, I’m going to have a race that goes my way and finally manage the result I think I deserve.  Just like a couple weeks ago at Toronto Cross, it wasn’t something I did that messed up my race at the Vaughan Cyclocross Classic but someone else. It was great to finally

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