101 Cycling Workouts by Coach David Ertl As the title suggests, this eBook contains 101 workouts to help you become a better cyclist. Workouts cover the range from endurance, aerobic and anaerobic fitness, leg speed, strength, power and sprinting. It also covers gym workouts and other forms of compatible cross-training. READ MORE & TO ORDER
This 14 page eArticle provides 12 strategies for losing those last few stubborn pounds of body fat. Cyclists spend thousands of dollars to drop a few pounds or ounces from their bikes, but may be carrying around several extra pounds of unnecessary body fat. Losing weight as a cyclist is tricky because we need energy to ride and train effectively. If you cut calories the wrong way it will hurt your training. This eArticle gives healthy and safe approaches for losing weight gradually while still having energy to ride and train. This article also includes 6 guidelines for healthy eating and suggestions on mental preparation for losing weight. READ MORE & TO ORDER Continue reading →
You can Prepare for Your First Road Bike Race in only 5 Weeks! Discover How Easy it is to Train and Prepare for a Cycling Race, using your Own Bike.
Dear Cyclist, Are you thinking of entering an upcoming bicycle race but do not really know how to start or how to get yourself ready in time for the event? You have been looking everywhere for that bicycle racers guide that will give you all the information on what to expect, what equipment you need and how to prepare, in order to move YOU from cycling enthusiast to racing cyclist, but you could just not find it! My name is Marietjie and I have been involved in bicycle racing since 2000. I have competed in over 100 major races including the two biggest timed cycling races in the world, the Cape Argus (Cape Town, SA) and the 94.7 Cycle Challenge (Johannesburg, SA), each with more than 28 thousand racing cyclists competing. Not only did I complete these races comfortably, but also did so in the top of my category! The total lack of comprehensive guidance and material was also my biggest frustration when I started out and wanted to become a racing cyclist. Continue reading →