In my last blog we explored why resolutions fail. If you missed it, find the post here. I summarised by listing the three components a behaviour must have if it’s likely to hold. Here’s a reminder: The behaviour is effective in realising your aspiration You want to do the behaviour You can do the behaviour…Read more Your Guide to Behaviour Change.
“I have always enjoyed sport and tried to maintain a reasonably good level of fitness. Throughout school, university and beyond I have played rugby and have been a regular gym user. I have never let age be a deterrent, still thinking I am 21(ish). Three years ago however I had a heart attack. An angiogram…Read more Tim Evans
As most of you cyclists are about to embark on your winter training, I thought I’d give you a ‘heads Up’ on what we would prioritise for you guys in terms of mobilisations, flexibility and strength training exercises. You might think that you’d need to strengthen the muscles you use while cycling to improve when,…Read more Top Stretching & Strength Exercises for Cyclists
Part 3, The Individual You need not be part of a cycling team or group to make use of the Cycling Improvement Program (CIP). We have tested over 70 individuals since the start of the CIP and many of them come in and use the program outside of group or team sessions. We now have…Read more Cycling Improvement Program: Part 3
Part 2, The Team A month after starting the Cycling Improvement Program (CIP) the fine folk at Ross & District Cycling Club joined the program and used the Wattbikes out for their winter training sessions. It was also at this time we had Eddie Flectcher visit the facility and take us through the details of…Read more Cycling Improvement Program: Part 2
Taking control of your carbohydrates can improve not only your performance but your body composition. The best way to lose body fat is to restrict your carbohydrate intake and increase your protein intake. However if we are not careful and are too restrictive with our carbohydrate intake then our performance will decline. The skill is…Read more Play Your Carbs Right