Finding your Maximum: Using VO2 Max in Training

By Chris Baddick Competitive sport is all about pushing yourself to find your maximum, both in racing and training. Often, the first step in any new coach­-athlete relationship is determining fitness potential. This requires a benchmark, or scale on which to place the athlete. Since the late 1960’s, VO2max has been one of the primary methods […]

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5 Exercises for Lower Leg Injury Prevention

By Shane Niemeyer As athletes and coaches, our top priority is to remain injury free so that we can continue training and developing athletically. There are a variety of predictable patterns of injury that can occur within populations of cyclists, runners, cross country skiers, swimmers or really any group of athletes. We simply cannot train […]

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