Now that you have your yearly schedule mapped out and you know what types of training tools you will use as well as when to be tested and how, it is time to start training. In this chapter you will learn about the four phases of training�preparation,
Serious Cycling 2nd Edition eBook
The biggest problems with cycling in the winter are early sunsets and foul weather. For most of us, who must juggle training with real-world schedules, indoor cycling on a wind or magnetic trainer is the only real choice.
Attack Proof 2nd Edition eBook
Listen to Matt Kovsky talk about the skills needed to properly defend yourself in an attack complete with real scenarios and commons mistakes made.
All-mountain skiing requires both good technique and the ability to access diverse strategies for meeting the challenges of varied landscape.
Unfortunately, riding your bike defensively, driving your bike carefully, and following all the rules of the road don�t ensure that you will never be in a tight situation. These maneuvers are important to practice, vital to know, and�it is hoped�never used.
Distance Cycling eBook
If you are looking for a new bike or want to upgrade your current bike, write down the answers the following questions so you can discuss your options at the bike shop.
Mastering Skateboarding eBook
Put on your knee pads and make sure they�re comfortable but tight.
Alpine Skiing eBook
Ideally the hill you are on has a flat area at the bottom, and even better, a slight rise after that. This type of hill will allow you to come to a natural stop.
A well-defined shot sequence, consistently followed, increases the probability that you will have a more consistent outcome. As a beginner, just learning the basic step-by-step process of shooting the arrow can be complicated because the intricate details of each step of the shot process are still unfamiliar to you and your focus is on the many details of each step of the shot.
Whatever your desire, difficulty, or mileage, use this trail finder to locate your perfect hike.
Between 1993 and 1998, my climbing friends and I would spend the month of January bouldering and camping at Hueco Tanks State Park near El Paso, Texas. The warm sun, brilliant problems, supportive climbing culture, and stark desert beauty brought us back.