What do you pack for two weeks of remote riding and camping with dust storms, river crossings, grit, and rain? Here is my complete list, and how it all worked.
The Polish coach led Americans to success, with marginal gains and the then-acceptable practice of 'blood packing'.
In a detailed study, we compare Sepp Kuss to two trained amateur riders, and offer tips and tricks on how you can climb better.
Under the shadow of COVID-19, clinical and sports psychologist Julie Emmerman comes on the show to talk confidence, resilience, the power of reframing, self-talk, and much more.
An all-star cast of former Fast Talk guests weigh on on training with zones, from Sepp Kuss to Dr. Andy Coggan.
Dr. Seiler, aka the Jay-Z of physiology, talks about the inception of the polarized method.
Three-time XTERRA world champ Melanie McQuaid and former pro Whitney Garcia talk about inspiration and training dos and don'ts.
Coach Connor answers reader questions on how to train for the best results.
Pedaling a bike is simple, right? Well, not exactly. Veteran fitter and former Olympian Colby Pearce weighs in with some wisdom.
Special guests Lennard Zinn and Nick Legan help explain the complexities of the tire, tire pressure, and how those things lead to changes in comfort, grip, rolling resistance and much more.
Baby Yoda and analytic goal setting? It's time for Fast Talk.
Chris and Trevor talk about pros maintaining healthy relationships and interests outside of their career, and lessons amateur riders can learn from riders like guest Brent Bookwalter.
Trevor drops a nerd bomb, summarizing a few studies on how to structure your training, then Trevor and Chris answer listener questions on overtraining, laboratory testing, and much more.
Amstel Gold Race had tons of action and a thrilling finale, which is why it was our Race of the Year for 2019.
There is great value in keeping track of your training data, but if you focus only on the numbers, you are missing out on very critical aspects of your training.
Darkness, cold temperatures, and perilous road conditions of the winter months don’t have to be a barrier to training. Learn new ways to stay motivated, add variety to your training methods, and set yourself up to improve performance.
Katie Compton's winning streak at the U.S. National Cyclocross Championships spans 15 years. We spoke to Georgia Gould, Ellen Noble, Meredith Miller and other American 'crossers to better understand Compton's dominance at the U.S. championships.
Fast Talk goes into the lab at the University of Colorado Sports Medicine and Performance Center. Can you say symmorphosis?