Hot n’ Fresh from the DDA Newsletter…

Hello Fellow Cyclist,

As a kid, I used to love reading my parents Consumer Reports magazines. 

The evidence-based comparisons of TV’s and vacuum cleaners fascinated me (as a side note, you can get free access to the online version of Consumer Reports through your local library, pretty cool). 

As an adult, I don’t read Consumer Reports for leisure; I read it to make my life simpler.

When my list of reliable dishwashers or leaf blowers is shorter, my life is better.

Science offers a rationale for why limiting choice may be an asset to your cycling, and I share a few thoughts on the topic in my latest book excerpt over at the blog. 

“How to train more simply” is the broader topic of a book I’ve been working on the last year and a half. You can check out the full list of book excerpts over at our blog archive

Have you discovered any strategies for limiting choice or simplifying life on the bike? Please share! I’m always interested in learning from others! 

Training can be confusing. In our free eBook, we’ll show you four ways to use your data and insights from science to ride better than ever.

Written by Nate Dunn M.S.

Nate Dunn has spent his entire career in education and coaching. As a former teacher and now founder/head coach at Data Driven Athlete, he is most excited about helping cyclists discover their potential as they experience more great days on the bike.