The Top 8 PT Stretches Every Cyclist Should Know

The Top 8 PT Stretches Every Cyclist Should Know My friend and teammate, Tyler Arnett, is a fantastic and competitive cyclist. Currently racing as a Cat 2 cyclist he really knows his way around competitive cycling. He is also a fantastic physical therapist. I once asked him his thoughts on some of the best stretches cyclists should know in order …

The Nuts and Bolts to Fat Adapting

Webinar: The Nuts and Bolts to Fat Adapting and Intermittent Fasting to Boost Athletic Performance. Recently had the distinguished privilege of hosting an online webinar with pro cyclist and Athletic coach Anna Sparks. She is a feisty ball of energy and passion to say the least. Her driver and commitment to health lifestyles and top level athletic performance is hard …

Supplements Proven to Boost Your Cycling Performance

There are no shortage of supplements out there on the market that allegedly make you faster, stronger, lighter, and so on. It can be overwhelming and often conflicting to sort through all of this. After trial and error of many of these supplements I have found that a few of them are much more preferable  than others. Some are a …

Tips on Hacking Your Cycling Performance | Webinar Video

Here is the video recording from the Webinar titled: Tips on Hacking Your Cycling Performance, dated 3/22/2018. Hosted by Ben Dodge the bicycle lawyer and endurance cyclist along with fellow ultra cyclist and teammate Jason duPont. Discussing many ideas on how to improve cycling performance. Topics such as Fat Adaptation, Lactate Thresholds, Aerobic Thresholds, Xert, Supplements, and more. Link is …

Today I Was Lucky…

In my career I have seen a lot of tragedies surrounding the sport and recreation of riding a bicycle. I have also experienced what seems to be at times the overwhelming nature of competitively training. The never ending long rides and the difficult day in and day out commitment to compete in significant bike races and events. Sometimes riding a …

What Do You Do When YOU The Cyclist Are at FAULT?

While I am a huge fan of pursuing every bicycle case I come across, there are a few times when as an experienced cyclists and bicycle litigation attorney you know you just have to pull the plug on a case and walk away. Just a few days ago I encountered one such example. Believe me, it is rare for me …

RAAM RACE CREWS: Athletic Support by Vic Armijo

Once again, Vic Armijo provides invaluable information about racing in RAAM or RAW and the role of the support crews. This originally appeared on January 22 here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/523225327828742/permalink/579227618895179/. It is Published and re posted here fro archive-ability and reference material for any future RAAM/RAW racers and crews. All photo credit goes to Vic Armijo as far as we know. RAAM …

The Real Un-Cut RAW Crew Tips

A few days ago I had the privilege of chatting with a friend of mine about her experiences crewing for solo RAAM cyclists over the past 4-5 years. Being a rookie I listen to everything anyone is willing to share. I took notes feverishly and relished in her ability to just “say it how it was.” It was real. It …