In today’s athlete profile we sit down with Data Driven Athlete Anthony Yezek to discuss Van Life, the epic climbing in Florida, and why hockey might make you a better cyclist.
We admit it, we’re pretty terrible at social media, so here’s where that admission leaves us.
Number 1: In general, we feel the less time we spend on social media, the more time we have for the other parts of life that matter most.
Training low-carb is one of the hottest topics in cycling but should you actually do it? Topics in this post include a rationale for carbs, current recommendations for carb intake, a rationale for restriction, periodized nutrition, and a few practical suggestions to apply to your training.
We’re looking to expand our coaching team at Data Driven Athlete and would love to have you on board. If you’re interested in working with a dynamic coaching group always striving to improve and better meet the needs of clients, this opportunity might be a great fit.
This past summer, on a recent family trip, I went without Wi-Fi or cell coverage for a full seven days. Camping in the dirt, eating S’mores, reading books, and not checking news or email once.
When the air quality is poor should you stay home or ride your bike? This post offers some basic guidelines for making the right call on whether or not you should ride outdoors when the air quality is bad.
In today’s profile we sit down with Data Driven Athlete Ric Reinhardt. Ric and I have been working together for about 2 years, and his dedication and commitment to training still continues to amaze me.
Check out this article for a detailed look at how to comprehensively prepare for an upcoming cycling tour. Topics include understanding the demands of your event, utilizing a calendar, riding with consistency, acclimating to the environment, and practicing your nutrition.
Coach Sam Bassetti recently returned from North Carolina where he picked up a huge win at the Winston-Salem Cycling Classic. In this post we’ll take an in-depth look at the horsepower and tactical savvy it takes to win one of the biggest races in the country.
Unless your name is Peter Sagan or Eddy Mercx, you will lose 99.9% of the bike races that you start. Failure in sport is inevitable, but it is also an important part of developing as an athlete and ultimately achieving your goals. Read on to find out how failure fits in to your development as an athlete.