This week’s Training Tuesday series by Chris Mayhew of JBV Coaching focuses on how to handle your week of training during the cyclocross season. It’s a good primer as to …
From the pre-season break, to cyclocross-specific work to a pre-season taper, we’ll be well prepared to take the line thanks to Chris Mayhew. But before we do, what about openers? Mayhew opens up about openers in this week’s Training Tuesday.
If you’ve been following the recent Training Tuesday articles from Chris Mayhew, you’re might be curious about the value of a pre-season taper. Read this week’s article to learn how to sharpen your fitness for the rigors of ‘cross and the start of the saeson.
It seems easy enough. Train in the late summer and early fall, then race, recover and repeat through Nationals. But how much form do you …
Last week’s Training Tuesday talked about the benefits of taking a break as ‘cross season approaches. This week, Chris Mayhew tells us how to get to work for ‘cross now that we’re rested.
It’s time to take a break again. Read JBV Coaching’s Chris Mayhew’s take on why we need a summer break if the goal is to be fit and fast come ‘cross season.
What can you do if you’ve got work, family and other obligations and are limited on training time but want to take on an epic gravel race? We talk with three experts and they walk us through some possible strategies for this week’s Training Tuesday.
Enjoy this interview with Chris Mayhew where Neil Schirmer exploits Chris’ kindness for you in a rapid-fire question-and-answer session on a wide array of topics for this week’s Training Tuesday.
Get control of pre-race jitters and find more success with these tips from JBV Coaching’s Chris Mayhew in this week’s Training Tuesday.
Chris Mayhew talks us through positive self talk and how to practice it in training and racing for better performance.
Happy racers go faster. Why not take some time and use a different approach, like yoga, to reach your goals, rather than the usual “I must go harder” approach that is so common among bike racers?
Bike racers. It turns out they like to race bikes. A lot. But for cyclocross racers, ‘cross only last a few months of each year, so what are you going to fill the rest of the year with?
Two whole weeks? What does off the bike mean? Off the road bike? Does MTB count? How about I take this week off, but do 200 miles with some friends this weekend? Why take a break? There are mental and physical reasons to consider.