HOW I LEARNED TO STOP WORRYING AND LOVE THE BIKE (PART I)

HOW I LEARNED TO STOP WORRYING AND LOVE THE BIKE (PART I) By: Josh Horowitz of Liquid Fitness If I could only give out one piece of cycling advice for the rest of my days as a coach, it would be this. “Conserve energy whenever possible.” When you ride your bike, whether it is for training, to have fun with friends or for competition, you have a finite amount of energy. You are … [Read more...]

Cycling Coach: Train Your Brain and Your Legs Will Follow

Train Your Brain - bicycle.net

“I would if I could’ is finished for you now. I would if I could has an ending for you now. From now on, 'I would if I could' is over for you and done and finished. You cut it loose you let it go completely and permanently. Your new motto will be 'I can' and now you will know that you can. Can you not? Yes you can. 'I would if I could' is over and done and finished and gone and 'I … [Read more...]

10 Most Commonly Asked Cycling Questions

What follows are some of the most commonly asked questions Mr. Liquid Fitness (pictured) has gotten over the last 6 years as a full time cycling coach. Top 10 questions asked to (I'm guessing) just about any cycling coach. I'm feeling tired, should I do my intervals today? I couldn't get my heart rate into the proper zone on my training ride today. What should I do? I'm feeling a little … [Read more...]

Winter Training

With this article, Bicycle.net proudly welcomes Mr. Liquid Fitness to the team. He's the guy over on the right. Since most of you have been or will soon be taking some time away from the bike after a long, grueling season of racing or club riding, we've put the Be Your Own Coach series on hold for a few months, but it is now time to get back into it. It is time to start writing your training … [Read more...]