Tag Archives: The Endurance Coach

26/01/2012 // HOW TO, INFO Leave a comment

Aiding recovery after cycling and long rides


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Post Ride Recovery

If you haven’t trained for a long bike ride (as I found out on our GGB Casual Ride last Sunday), the chances are that your muscles will be very sore the next day. It got us thinking here at GGB what is the best way to aid recovery after a long, hard ride. Is the usual casual cyclists’ post ride recovery strategy (ie visit to the pub) the best option? READ ON

03/07/2011 // INFO Leave a comment

The Endurance Coach: Eating for recovery

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Another guest blog for GGB from Rebecca Dent, The Endurance Coach, www.theendurancecoach.com

Effective recovery is arguably the most important component to your training but often the most neglected and least planned. Recovery is the period of time where you reap the benefits of your training and the adaptations occur. READ ON

22/06/2011 // INFO Leave a comment

Build leg power – with PT Instructor Craig

PT Instructor Craig Bothwell

Hi again readers. Welcome to (late) June’s exercise instalment!

Following on from the last month’s tips on training with Spin classes in mind and how to get that extra ‘oomph’ from your performance, I want to show you further how you can create more power from your body and get that next level speed, or distance covered target. READ ON

15/05/2011 // INFO Leave a comment

The Endurance Coach: Periodisation of nutrition

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Another guest blog for GGB from Rebecca Dent, The Endurance Coach, www.theendurancecoach.com

If you periodise your training to elicit certain responses or adaptations to get fitter, stronger and faster then surely it is common sense that you periodise your nutrition intake isn’t it? Do you adjust your nutrient intake to match your training demands? READ ON