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Elite Belgium Racing: from Training to Racing

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Belgium Kermise Racing (BKR) What is so unique about this style of racing is the intermittent nature of effort required to complete a race and complete a race well. This is very unique to flat and fast racing alongside a quality field over 2.5-3 hours of intensity. We look at some of the data files [...] [...]

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Time Poor Athletes: A Case Study

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Training time poor athletes has challenges different to training full time ones. Work, family and other constraints prohibit volume as a tool for building base fitness for these individuals. Instead the quality of workouts become paramount within the context of a VERY finite training time allotment. In this article we look at a case study of [...] [...]

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Training Camp 2017

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Training Camp 25-28TH August 2017 This event is open to cyclists and triathletes alike, all welcome !!! Location: Evedon Park, 205 Lennard Rd, Burekup, WA (approx. 1hr 50mins from Perth), Friday arrive, depart Monday midday or earlier should you wish http://www.evedonpark.com.au/ Outline of Cycling Events Friday: Arrive and settle in from 2pm onwards Saturday: AM [...] [...]

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Bike Fitting Outcomes

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Exercise Institute has an evidence based approach to bike fitting and bike setup that tailors each fit to the individual. See more about our fitting systems here Whilst we recognise there is limited scientific evidence as to ‘what is the best fit’ there are numerous studies that outline what might offer better solutions for individual [...] [...]

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Protected: Intermittent Intervals: A Practical Application

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Protected: Steady-state vs Intermittent Intervals: Not All Power Averages are Equal?

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Tour of Margaret River Training Program 2017

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  What is the Tour of Margaret River? The Tour of Margaret River is a cycling event spanning 5 days from November 8th- 12th 2017. The area of racing crosses over the picturesque towns of Nannup, Balingup, Kirup, Manjimup, Donnybrook, and Greenbushes. This is some of WA’s more hillier and picturesque regions. Owing to the [...] [...]

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Cape to Cape 2017 Program

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Cape to Cape – WA’s premier MTB event   What is Cape to Cape? There are four stages in the four days of racing – Stage information can be found here. Our aim is to best prepare you for the rigors of 4 back to back days of hard racing. This involves endurance stamina but also the [...] [...]

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Peaks Challenge Falls Creek 2017: David van Dordrecht

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Peaks Challenge Falls Creek 2017 – Never Again…well… I’d been told over and over this was a tough event and after I got the Peaks 2016 Cradle Mountain event under my belt I figured I would be okay. The 45 min car ride up the side of a mountain to get to Falls Creek should [...] [...]

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Shannon Miraglia on womens cycling

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We asked Shannon Miraglia the tough questions about her cycling experience. We are very excited to have her oversee our new womens program that aims to inspire more women to ride with confidence and skill and become fit and find new friends. Who are you and how did you start cycling? I’m Shannon Miraglia. I am [...] [...]

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