The VeloNews Fast Talk podcast is your source for the best training advice and most compelling insight on what it takes to become a better cyclist.
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.
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.
Fast Talk goes into the lab at the University of Colorado Sports Medicine and Performance Center. Can you say symmorphosis?
Pro riders must train for a long season comprised of dozens of races. But how do you plan for a season that's comprised of just three or four total events?
In this week's episode, we discuss the most common cycling overuse and imbalance injuries, and how to address them with off-the-bike work and proper bike fit.
Coach Trevor and Chris answer listener questions on gran fondo training, cardiac drift, inflammation, and more.
While many of us read about training science, a lot of us don’t know how to interpret it, or how to determine if it's useful or junk. On today's episode, we discuss how to read and interpret sports science with Dr. Jim Peterman and other guests.
In episode 84, we sit down with George Bennett of the Jumbo-Visma WorldTour team to discuss the many things he's learned about training, peaking, and planning your season.