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ASCM Guidelines

Wednesday, March 20, 2013 by Coach Kristen

I promise this blog will give you fodder to talk to someone you know who is on the wrong path. A little bit of wisdom to help change someone’s life can go a long way. So, check this out, here are the American College of Sports Medicine and American Heart Association (2010) guidelines on what you can do to help prevent depression, heart disease, stroke, lung cancer, obesity, diabetes, and so many other things that can lead to DEATH.

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Injury and rest

Sunday, March 10, 2013 by Coach Kevin

2012 was an interesting year for me in that it was the first year in many that I did not participate in a race—not even one.  My training for 2012 started off like normal, but just as my training was ramping up for the season in April, I injured my back on a boating trip.  […]

Why train with power?

Friday, March 1, 2013 by Coach Tommy

Why train with a power meter on the bike? I get asked that often. The simple answer is that the power meter is a more precise and accurate tool for gauging cycling intensity.

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