Everybody seems to be doing it, but you. Women, depending on the time of the month, handle it differently than men. From weight loss to the solution of the world’s greatest problems the benfits are many. In short, is intermittent fasting for you and how much is too much?
It is an ongoing process, and although we would want it to be, things rarely go in a linear fashion. Along the road many pattern,questions and misconceptions seem to appear, therefore in this article I am going to address those common questions, misconceptions about the MAF training method.
Should I be in it? Would I get laid if I do it? Would it pay my house loan? Many other questions and answers about nutritional ketosis for cycling and endurance sports in general.
It has always been there until somebody gave it a name. Stress affects absolutely every single aspect of life; a far reaching concept that does not just represent an emotional problem, caused by deadlines, debts and/or annoying coworkers.
Nutrition for Cycling Part 1: Carbohydrates I want to start with three examples that have stuck with me and really got me thinking. How do wild animals know what and how much to eat and yet are never fat or chronically ill? How can african hunters run for hours in the midday desert heat chasing antelopes […]
On this page you will find an ever increasing list of books and publications on what I have found to be a great places to further educate yourself when it comes to becoming a better person and consequently a substantially changed in a positive way (endurance) athlete.
Why am I not seeing improvement at MAF? Why do I slow down? Do I need to do MAF tests if I don’t race? Those and other questions answered with my personal experience.
As both a coach and an athlete, I think this story perfectly illustrates a point that gets missed quite often. What point you ask. Well let me tell you a story…
This is the first post of what I call “Training and Coaching Wisdom” What Prompted Me Start The Series? Sadly and quite unfortunately “Motivation, good coaching and sensible training” have all become synonymous with “No Pain, No Gain/Glory/etc.” The coach has been painted like a vicious drill sergeant while the athletes are quite often described as […]