Blog Products Inner Circle Personal Coaching Video Hub Contact SUBSCRIBE Login

How to Motivate Yourself After a Big Cycling Event

Have you trained hard all season...?

Recently competed at a big event...?

...and now find yourself pondering the sport and your ongoing commitment to it?

If so, you’re not the only one!

Whether you’re a seasoned athlete or just a recreational cyclist who has trained to compete at a targeted event, restarting the training process can often be a mentally and physically challenging...

Continue Reading...

6 Tips to Cycle Faster!

Do you get overwhelmed with all the information on the internet about how to cycle faster?

We don't blame you!

With so many programs, coaches, techniques, tips, strategies and equipment floating around the Internet, it’s easy to get overwhelmed with the amount of information available.

Importantly, a lot of the information isn’t actually going to be beneficial to you personally, and...

Continue Reading...

3 Reasons Why Trackies Ride Hills

Whether you love or hate riding hills, they have a purpose for not only endurance track cyclists, but also sprinters.

We're going to explain the 3 main reasons why we incorporate hill training into our athletes programs:

  1. Strength & Technical Development
  2. Efficiency & Coordination
  3. Pacing and Mental Preparation

Strength & Technical Development

Whilst strength & conditioning...

Continue Reading...

Cycling Nutrition Tips: Part 2 of 2

This is Part 2 of our Cycling Nutrition Tips for Training and Racing delivered by Emily Rosemond.

In PART 2 of this video blog, Emily will share with you: 

1. NUTRITION TIPS for Training and Racing  

2. The difference between your HIGH TRAINING PERIOD and TAPERING PERIOD

3. Is Nutrition a GENERAL or INDIVIDUAL strategy?

4. What to do if you have...

Continue Reading...

Why Learning How to Cycle on Rollers is SO IMPORTANT

Learning to ride the rollers is definitely not as easy as one thinks!

It’s actually quite difficult and can take a fair amount of time to learn to ride them extremely well (at least a few months of almost every day practice).

Despite this, they’re hands down one of the best pieces of equipment that you can buy that will assist with developing pedalling efficiency.

Why is pedalling...

Continue Reading...

Cycling Nutrition Tips: Part 1 of 2

We have a 2 part video series on: 

Cycling Nutrition Tips for Training and Racing delivered by Emily Rosemond.

EMILY'S BACKGROUND

  • Track Cycling Head Coach
  • Olympian 
  • Commonwealth Games Medallist 

In PART 1 of this video blog, Emily will share with you: 

  1. NUTRITION TIPS for Training and Racing 
  2. The ONE MAIN DIFFERENCE between...
Continue Reading...

Ride Faster with Cycling Aerodynamics

Wind resistance is a barrier that every track and road cyclist - or any cyclist in general for that matter - has to overcome.

Whilst the human body is not very aerodynamic in it’s natural shape, many new technologies and position advancements have been developed over the years to reduce wind resistance in two ways:

  1. Updating equipment design (bike, helmets, lycra suits etc.)
  2. Changing body...
Continue Reading...

Recovery Methods for Cyclists

What are the best recovery methods for cyclists?

We're excited to introduce to you our Injury Prevention Coach and Physiotherapist Mark Stokes!

Mark worked with us both when we were on the Australian Cycling Team, and works with many other top athletes and teams, including Olympians.

Mark has done an exclusive set of 16x Injury Prevention Videos for Track Cycling Academy...

Continue Reading...

Periodised Programming for Cyclists

Do you realise the IMPORTANCE of Periodised Programming for your cycling development?

Having a periodised training program that specifically prepares you for your major season goals is CRUCIAL and is something that is the backbone to every World Champion and International Cyclist’s success.

WHAT SHOULD MY PROGRAM LOOK LIKE?

Your program will need to encompass your ...

Continue Reading...

Don't Compare Yourself to Others

MINDSET = The established set of attitudes held by someone. (Oxford, 2000)

We're excited to introduce to you our Mindset Coach, Georgia Ridler!

Georgia has a wealth of experience, knowledge and expertise having worked with the Australian Cycling Team for many years, and also personally, with both Kerrie and Anna Meares.

Georgia has done an exclusive set of 16x Mindset Videos for Track Cycling...

Continue Reading...
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
Close