Writing articles for the DDA blog has always been a top priority. The regular practice of researching and synthesizing training topics has been critical to my growth and evolution as a coach over the past nine years.
In today’s interview we sit down with newly minted DDA coach Taylor Warren to learn more about eating chili and why you should sign up for your first road event.
Do you love riding in the blazing heat? Me neither. If races were only held in cool temperatures, avoiding the heat when training would be a simple enough proposition: only ride in the morning. But cycling doesn’t work that way. Inevitably it’s going to be hot, and you’re going to race.
In today’s athlete profile we sit down with Data Driven Athlete Carol Stauffer to discuss Dirty Kanza, The Wizard of Oz, and getting back on the bike after a bad crash.
About 6 weeks ago I got caught in a bad crash on a group ride and sustained a concussion. While getting my bell rung doesn’t make me an expert on concussions, I’ve learned a few things that might be helpful in the event you’re ever in a similar spot. Here’s what I’ve learned.