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FasCat Cycling Training Tips Podcast

FasCat Coaching, Boulder CO

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Chronic Training Load (CTL) for Masters Cyclists

There seems to be a lot of discussion about CTL, TSS, FTP, etc. as it relates to elite or world-class level cyclists, but what does this all mean for masters cyclists? Today on the podcast, we discuss masters CTL and the fundamentals of using CTL to quantify your training load as a masters cyclist and some key tips and advice from the Big Cat on this topic. Lots of good info here! For more info on the subject, subscribe to the podcast on all your favorite platforms and check out our training tips on the website: https://fascatcoaching.com/tips/seven-habits-of-highly-successful-masters-cyclists/ 12393If you’re listening and reading this tip, check out Sweet Spot #2 — follow the plan, you will go faster. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/fascatcoaching/    Instagram: @fascatfh Twitter: @FasCat  , @FasCatCoaching and YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/FasCatCoaching Remember to use code 25podcast at checkout to save 25% off your next plan…and don’t procrastinate!Intro music: David Cutter Music // https://davidcuttermusic.com/ The post Chronic Training Load (CTL) for Masters Cyclists appeared first on FasCat.

1hr 2mins

17 Apr 2021

Rank #1

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Summertime Nutrition for Cyclists

Summer is here, which means training and racing on the bike is being ramped up, goals are being achieved, and we can finally be outside more. However, it’s also a time to revisit our nutrition and maybe lose those lagging couple extra pounds or just dial things in to train harder and recovery even better during big training and racing blocks. Coach Frank and Jackson sit down to talk through 3 very important and relevant topics in this conversation: Using your powermeter to track caloric expenditure & quantify weight loss Fiber & satiety as it relates to healthy nutrition, and of course your #WinningInTheKitchen Grocery Shopping List We’d love for you to join the discussion about our podcast on forum.fascatcoaching.com It’s a great discussion that is always a popular topic, so please share with your friends, teammates, and family members who may need some extra nutrition help this season! Thanks for listening. Find the FasCat podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Stitcher. Follow us on social: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube. Intro music: David Cutter Music. 21127Shop our best training plan for in-season Gravel racing.  The post Summertime Nutrition for Cyclists appeared first on FasCat.

1hr 3mins

28 Jun 2019

Rank #2

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Weight Loss for Cyclists

On a follow up episode from our extremely popular Winning in the Kitchen podcast, it’s time to dive into the world of nutrition and weight loss yet again. It may sound counterintuitive, but the time to lose weight is NOT during the peak of the racing season, but instead during the offseason and winter base period. This is an incredibly hot topic of discussion among cyclists and other endurance athletes, as power to weight is a critical factor for performance. However, there is both a wrong and a right way to lose weight, and our goal today is to offer up some of our thoughts on losing weight and eating well in a sustainable, effective, and healthy way. What would Alaphillipe do? Follow us on social media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/fascatcoaching/    Instagram: @fascatfh Twitter: @FasCat  and YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/FasCatCoaching Intro music: David Cutter Music // https://davidcuttermusic.com/ Copyright © 2019 FasCat Coaching – all rights reserved. Join our *FREE* Athlete Forum to nerd out with FasCat coaches and athletes about your FTP, race data, power based training, or anything related to going fast on the bike! The post Weight Loss for Cyclists appeared first on FasCat.

1hr 5mins

27 Sep 2018

Rank #3

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Ep. 5: How to Perform Intervals for Your Races and Rides

This week we’re going an inch deep and a mile wide on the science of intervals for each of the primary disciplines of cycling so you can train smarter! Intervals are an essential component of a well-designed training plan, and each event or sector of bike racing and training requires different kinds of intervals. In this episode, we talk intervals for: Criteriums Road races Time trials Stage races Hill climbs Cyclocross Cross country mountain biking Marathon/distance mountain biking Gravel/fondos Now go do some intervals! Thank you for tuning in to the podcast, and for all of the great feedback on the show. If you have questions, ping us on Twitter @fascat and @jacksonlong, or by commenting below. Don’t forget to subscribe to the show on your favorite podcast platform, and leave us a review on the iTunes store with your favorite thing about the podcast or how we can improve! Copyright © 2019 FasCat Coaching – all rights reserved. Join our *FREE* Athlete Forum to nerd out with FasCat coaches and athletes about your FTP, race data, power based training, or anything related to going fast on the bike! Follow us on social media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/fascatcoaching/    Instagram: @fascatfh Twitter: @FasCat  and YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/FasCatCoaching Intro music: David Cutter Music // https://davidcuttermusic.com/ The post Ep. 5: How to Perform Intervals for Your Races and Rides appeared first on FasCat.

1hr 19mins

21 Jun 2018

Rank #4

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Ep. 4: Recovery Tips for Cyclists

This week on the podcast, we’re diving deep into recovery for cyclists. Have you ever heard the mantra, “Train hard, recovery harder”? It’s true; recovery is an absolute cornerstone for performing as an athlete, and it must be taken seriously. We walk through the fundamentals (the practices that make up 80-90% of recovery) plus the additional 10-20% “marginal gains” that can be added in to maximize recovery and performance as a cyclist. In this episode, you’ll learn: The top 3 fundamental components of optimizing recovery as an athlete What an ideal recovery routine looks like Some of Frank’s favorite recovery tools and secrets What’s up with Cryotherapy and sensory deprivation tanks? Plus more! Thank you for tuning in to the podcast, and for all of the great feedback on the show. If you have questions, ping us on Twitter @fascat and @jacksonlong, or by commenting below. Don’t forget to subscribe to the show on your favorite podcast platform, and leave us a review on the iTunes store with your favorite thing about the podcast or how we can improve! Follow us on social media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/fascatcoaching/    Instagram: @fascatfh Twitter: @FasCat  and YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/FasCatCoaching Intro music: David Cutter Music // https://davidcuttermusic.com/ The post Ep. 4: Recovery Tips for Cyclists appeared first on FasCat.

1hr 10mins

12 Jun 2018

Rank #5

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What to Eat on the Bike During Training and Racing

With the racing season in full swing, a big area of consideration and confusion for many cyclists is on the bike nutrition. We’ve talked at length about Winning in the Kitchen, but it’s an entirely different animal to fuel yourself on the bike in training and racing. We sit down to discuss the fundamentals of nutrition on the bike, and share the essentials of what you need to know. Here’s a short recap of what we covered: < 2 hours: 45 g of carbohydrates per hour  (~ 180 calories/hour)  2-5 hours: 30-60g carbohydrates per hour (120 – 240 calories/ hour)  5+ hours: 60-90g carbohydrates per hour (240-360 calories/hour) Every 30 minutes : gels > blocks > bars + Skratch Labs rice cakes Speaking of the “Guaranteed Not to Bonk” Rice Cakes here’s Dr. Allen Lim’s recipe (Berry + Mint + Chocolate) 15680Shop FasCat’s Best-selling Gravel Grinder plan. We dig into many more specifics of what to eat, how often, and some more info on the science behind all of this. Listen in to dial in your nutrition plan for your next big training ride or race! The FasCat Athlete Forum is live! Join the discussion here. We hope you enjoy the episode, and don’t forget to subscribe and use code 25podcast at checkout to save on your next plan. Find the FasCat podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Stitcher. Follow us on social: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube. Intro music: David Cutter Music. To talk with Frank about your cycling training and losing weight, please fill out a New Athlete Questionnaire to set up a Coaching Consultation.  Otherwise keep #FtFP’ing and Winning In the Kitchen! The post What to Eat on the Bike During Training and Racing appeared first on FasCat.

59mins

13 Apr 2019

Rank #6

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How I Invented Sweet Spot Training

Coach Frank drops a solo episode this week on the FasCat Podcast discussing how he “invented” Sweet Spot Training and how he integrates it into his coaching philosophy. Here is the training tip referenced in the podcast about the simultaneous development of Training Stress Score (TSS) and TSTWKT (the Performance Manager Chart) 10075Train Less, Go Harder, Get Faster! For more on Sweet Spot and to add it to your training, check out our entire Sweet Spot training tips section and our Sweet Spot training plans Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/fascatcoaching/    Instagram: @fascatfh Twitter: @FasCat  , @FasCatCoaching and YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/FasCatCoaching Intro music: David Cutter Music // https://davidcuttermusic.com/ Copyright © 2021 FasCat Coaching – all rights reserved. Join our *FREE* Athlete Forum to nerd out with FasCat coaches and athletes about your FTP, race data, power based training, or anything related to going fast on the bike! The post How I Invented Sweet Spot Training appeared first on FasCat.

52mins

13 Dec 2018

Rank #7

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How Much Sweet Spot Should You Do?

We’re back with another discussion of one of FasCat’s main training philosophies: Sweet Spot. A big question we receive by athletes is “how much sweet spotting should I actually be doing?” In fact, our training tip on the subject remains one of our most popular. So today we break it all down and explain how much is enough for the pre-season, during the base build, and in season race mode. We’ll talk about how sweet spot applies to the different disciplines within cycling, and share our top tips. We highly recommend going and listening to our episode on the invention of Sweet Spot where Frank discusses the basis of the philosophy. As always, thanks to everyone for rating and reviewing the pod on Apple Podcasts, sharing with a friend or teammate, and continuing the conversation in the forum. As a FasCat Coached athlete and training plan customer, you can now take advantage of our new partner Excel Sports with a FasCat team discount. Instructions are on our forum and are provided at the time of purchase. The post How Much Sweet Spot Should You Do? appeared first on FasCat.

53mins

25 Oct 2019

Rank #8

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Sweet Spot Training with Dr. Andy Coggan, Ph.D

We are honored to talk about sweet spot training with Dr. Andy Coggan, Ph.D on this podcast.  Dr. Coggan is an Associate Professor of Kinesiology at Indiana University’s School of Health and Human Sciences.  IU has a doctoral program in Kinesiology so if there’s a young cyclist out there that wants to study how to get faster, IU’s Department of Kinesiology could be the place for you. 39701More Training For Your Limited Time Andy and Frank go way back to the early days of USA Cycling Coaches Education Program primarily from the power based training seminars and clinics.  In 2004 Andy presented at the Coaches Summit at USA Cycling’s headquarter’s in Colorado Springs, CO and introduced a power based impulse – response performance model. The term sweet spot training was born a few months later from a group of coaches working to validate the model which would later become the Performance Manager Chart in TrainingPeaks and WKO. Andy is also the co-author of “Training and Racing with a Powermeter” along with Hunter Allen. Of course we reference the sweet spot graph, address the arbitrary units from the y-axis and the expected physiological adaptations from training in Zones 1 – 7. We also reference two important OG exercise physiology studies here: Effect of training on enzyme activity and fiber composition of human skeletal muscle Gollnick PD, Armstrong RB, Saltin B, Saubert CW 4th, Sembrowich WL, Shepherd RE. J Appl Physiol. 1973 Jan;34(1):107-11. Linear increase in aerobic power induced by a strenuous program of endurance exercise. Hickson RC, Bomze HA, Holloszy JO. J Appl Physiol Respir Environ Exerc Physiol. 1977 Mar;42(3):372-6. You can read about and listen to the story behind the performance manager chart, TSTWKT,  here. Thanks to everyone for tuning in, subscribing and reviewing on Apple Podcasts, and for engaging in our forum! For more things cycling training, visit http://fascatcoaching.com. Save 25% on your next training plan with code 25podcast The post Sweet Spot Training with Dr. Andy Coggan, Ph.D appeared first on FasCat.

1hr 18mins

10 Apr 2020

Rank #9

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Ep. 3: Gravel Training and Racing

Welcome to the third installment of the FasCat Training Tips Podcast! This week we’re pumped to bring you an episode on all things GRAVEL. Gravel cycling is so hot right now, and we felt like it would be a good topic to cover as we swing into the gravel riding and racing season. Both Frank and Jackson are avid #groaders and are both training for the upcoming Crusher in the Tushar race in about 6 weeks, so we go through everything you need to know about riding and racing gravel. We talk about: – What is gravel riding? – Equipment, fueling, training for gravel events – The four main components to a successful gravel training campaign – Expert recon for an example gravel race (Crusher in the Tushar) – And plenty more! Thanks to everyone for all the great feedback and response to the last two podcasts, we’ve been blown away by the support already! You can further your generosity by leaving a review on the iTunes store (which is free) or by sharing this episode with your friends and family. Also be sure to check out the gravel training plans at https://fascatcoaching.com/training-plans/gravel-grinder/ & https://fascatcoaching.com/training-plans/crusher-in-the-tushar/. Now go get your groad on! Copyright © 2019 FasCat Coaching – all rights reserved. Join our *FREE* Athlete Forum to nerd out with FasCat coaches and athletes about your FTP, race data, power based training, or anything related to going fast on the bike! Follow us on social media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/fascatcoaching/    Instagram: @fascatfh Twitter: @FasCat  and YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/FasCatCoaching Intro music: David Cutter Music // https://davidcuttermusic.com/ The post Ep. 3: Gravel Training and Racing appeared first on FasCat.

1hr 11mins

4 Jun 2018

Rank #10

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Weight Lifting for Cyclists Training Plan

Since we talked about timing as it relates to training last week, this time is all about the timing of strength training/weight lifting for cyclists as it’s the perfect time to get started on that. In this episode, Coach Frank breaks down the FasCat 10-week strength training for cyclists training plan, and how to use it most effectively. We discuss: The fundamentals of our strength training philosophy and the three main exercises for this program The 4 phases: Adaptation > Hypertrophy > Strength > Power What to expect going through the plan and how to approach each week Don’t get behind the curve and start strength training when it’s too late! Training Tip: https://fascatcoaching.com/tips/weight-lifting-for-cycling/ Last year’s Podcast: https://fascatcoaching.com/tips/resistance-training-for-cycling/ Nino’s Circuit Training: https://fascatcoaching.com/tips/ninos-circuit-training/ If you want to try our weight lifting for cycling training plan for yourself use the coupon code 25podcast to get 25% off your weight lifting for cycling training plan and you yourself can #FtFP! The post Weight Lifting for Cyclists Training Plan appeared first on FasCat.

1hr 1min

5 Oct 2019

Rank #11

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Fatigue Dependent Training Plan Design

Carefully crafting the design of a training plan is a critical aspect of improvement and success as a cyclist. Coach Frank abides by the idea of “fatigue dependent” training plan design, which is the focus of today’s episode. We break down what this means and why it’s important for maximizing the time on the bike. We provide some solid advice for following a fatigue dependent training plan, how to adjust your plan in different scenarios, and how it applies to different phases of the cycle of the training calendar. We hope you enjoy! Please consider subscribing to the YouTube channel where we’ll be broadcasting the episodes live every Thursday: http://youtube.com/c/FasCatCoaching. The FasCat Athlete Forum is live! Join the discussion here. Find the FasCat podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Stitcher. Follow us on social: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube. Intro music: David Cutter Music. The post Fatigue Dependent Training Plan Design appeared first on FasCat.

58mins

4 May 2019

Rank #12

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Intervals 101

Continuing with the progression in early season training periodization, we’re now getting into the real work of the race season and everyone’s favorite part of training: intervals.We did an episode way back in the beginning of the FasCat podcast on intervals, but we wanted to revisit the topic in order to prepare you for getting ready for your target races and to simplify this often overly complicated component of training. It’s easy to get overwhelmed by the different types of intervals, the duration and setup of the workouts, and what kind of intervals to do for specific types of racing. Our goal with this podcast is to break it down so that you head into the interval season with more confidence.We discuss the utility of zones 4,5, and 6 intervals and who they are for, and then the purpose of sprint workouts and tabatas on race performance. For more information and deeper dives into this topic, check out the interval section of our website.14000FasCat Podcast listeners can save 25% on ANY training plan with code “25podcast”!– Join the discussion on the FasCat Forum –Thanks for listening!Apple Podcasts: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/fascat-cycling-training-tips-podcast/id1381614039?mt=2Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2dCwiPGkiv3VJuSeJN957S?si=9a4xgP9eT26_YXp6ASOVNAStitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/fascat-cycling-training-tips-podcast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/fascatcoaching/   Instagram: @fascatfh Twitter: @FasCat  , @FasCatCoaching and YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/FasCatCoachingIntro music: David Cutter Music // https://davidcuttermusic.com/The post Intervals 101 appeared first on FasCat.

1hr 10mins

7 Mar 2019

Rank #13

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How to Train with WHOOP — the Power Meter for Recovery

In this podcast we are talking about the wearable Whoop device.  We consider the Whoop to be like a power meter for your recovery. The WHOOP is wearable designed for athletes that measures your sleep, strain, and cardiovascular parameters like heart rate variability and resting heart rate. The Whoop’s algorithm factor’s all those metrics to give you a recovery score. Simply, are you recovered like you think you are?  Cool right? Here at FasCat we’ve been testing the WHOOP strap for 8 months and wanted to dive in and share our thoughts with the podcast community! 8799The one and only “Six Weeks to the Sweet Spot Training Plan” We’re also joined by the WHOOP content manager, Mark Van Deusen to hear how the WHOOP strap works. He’s also been generous enough to offer our listeners a free month of a WHOOP subscription with code ‘fascatwhoop‘ at checkout ($30 value)! We talk about how using the WHOOP enhances our training and racing, what the different metrics mean, and a whole lot more. Learn more at whoop.com! Follow us on social media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/fascatcoaching/    Instagram: @fascatfh Twitter: @FasCat  and YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/FasCatCoaching Intro music: David Cutter Music // https://davidcuttermusic.com/ Copyright © 2021FasCat Coaching – all rights reserved. Join our *FREE* Athlete Forum to nerd out with FasCat coaches and athletes about your FTP, race data, power based training, or anything related to going fast on the bike! The post How to Train with WHOOP — the Power Meter for Recovery appeared first on FasCat.

1hr 13mins

24 Aug 2018

Rank #14

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The 4 Key Factors for Gravel Racing Success

Gravel racing season is in full swing, and this week’s podcast is all about helping you crush your next race. We believe there are 4 key components to successful gravel racing — pacing, hydration, nutrition, and equipment — so we break down how to approach these things and apply them to your next race or looking back on previous events. We dive deep into these topics and talk about everything Gravel 101, such as hydration packs and aero bars, gravel simulation rides, nutrition plans leading up to race day, and more. The FasCat Athlete Forum is live! Join the discussion here. We are also switching over to YouTube to host our livestream video of the podcast, which we kicked off this week. Subscribe to our channel at http://youtube.com/c/FasCatCoaching to see all of our videos and jump into the live podcast every Thursday at 11am MST. We hope you enjoy this week’s show, and thank you for listening! 15945Get the training plan designed by our coaches who are training and racing the biggest gravel events on the calendar. Find the FasCat podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Stitcher. Follow us on social: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube. Intro music: David Cutter Music. The post The 4 Key Factors for Gravel Racing Success appeared first on FasCat.

59mins

25 Apr 2019

Rank #15

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Time Trial Training & Racing w/ Coach Isaiah

This week on the pod, we have a special episode for you featuring our very own TT specialist, Coach Isaiah Newkirk! Isaiah races professionally for the 303 Project cycling team, and is a strong disciple of the time trial. Coach Frank and Isaiah sit down to discuss the in’s and out’s of time trial performance from training to equipment to racing. Follow Isaiah on Instagram: @isaiah.newkirk For more training tips, visit http://fascatcoaching.com/tips 21133Check out our 40km Time Trial Training Plan if you’re looking to improve your TT this season. The post Time Trial Training & Racing w/ Coach Isaiah appeared first on FasCat.

46mins

4 Jul 2019

Rank #16

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Zwift as a Training Tool

This week Frank talks about the 3 ways he advises athletes to use Zwift as a Training Tool. They include: #1 Using Alpe Du Zwift #2 ERG Mode # 3 Group Rides and Races Save 25% on your next training plan with code 25podcast 39836More Training For Your Limited Time What if you had a one hour climb out your backyard to train on? Well now you do with Zwift’s Alpe D Zwift. We’ll talk about using the Alpe du Zwift as a training tool – not necessarily playing the game and racing… but as a training tool to help you follow your training plan and workout better.  Bringing some enhancements to FTFP’ing. The Alpe is a great way to use terrain to help you make better watts.  Thanks to everyone for tuning in, subscribing and reviewing on Apple Podcasts, and for engaging in our forum! For more things cycling training, visit http://fascatcoaching.com. The post Zwift as a Training Tool appeared first on FasCat.

50mins

20 Apr 2020

Rank #17

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Off Season Gravel Training

It’s late December, early January and time to get serious and make the most of the remaining months of the offseason to come into the gravel calendar swinging. Coach Frank and Jackson sit down to discuss their top tips and considerations for offseason gravel training, including: 32352Looking for the perfect off-season Gravel Plan for January? Here it is. 10 Weeks Resistance Training Sweet Spot Base Gravel simulation rides strength + conditioning periodization gravel training camp and of course, #WinningInTheKitchen It’s a great conversation that will hopefully get you psyched for the upcoming season and add some extra motivation for those winter trainer rides coming up. The post Off Season Gravel Training appeared first on FasCat.

1hr 3mins

20 Dec 2019

Rank #18

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Winning in the Grocery Store | Nutrition for Cyclists

If you want to win on your bike, you’ll have to win in the kitchen first. We’re back with another #WinningInTheKitchen special, serving up a conversation about where this all begins: the grocery store. It doesn’t matter how dialed your kitchen is or how motivated you are to cook healthy food if you don’t bring it home from the grocery store first. So we’re here to share our Go Fast Foods grocery list and share some of our favorite tips and foods to help you on your offseason nutrition plan. Our focus is discussing the main areas to shop for: Greens Vegetables Fat Protein Carbohydrate Fruit For more on this topic, check out our previous podcasts, videos and training tips: Go Fast Food Choices: https://fascatcoaching.com/tips/weight-loss-go-faster/ Winning In the Kitchen (read, watch & listen) https://fascatcoaching.com/tips/winning-in-the-kitchen/ Weight Loss for Cyclists (read and listen) https://fascatcoaching.com/tips/weight-loss-for-cyclists/ 30 Day Winning in the Kitchen Challenge https://fascatcoaching.com/tips/winning-in-the-kitchen-challenge/ And don’t forget to continue the conversation in our forum at http://forum.fascatcoaching.com and use code 25podcast at checkout to save 25% on your next plan so you can put your new nutrition game to use! Thanks for listening y’all, we really appreciate it! Remember (!) What What Alaphilippe DO?!?! The post Winning in the Grocery Store | Nutrition for Cyclists appeared first on FasCat.

1hr 8mins

11 Oct 2019

Rank #19

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Switching From Base to Race Podcast

It’s getting to be that time of year when the first races of the season are quickly approaching, you’ve been (hopefully) putting in some solid base training, and your A race is on the foreseeable horizon. It’s time to start thinking about switching into race specific training with our sweet spot part 3 plan with over unders and criss cross intervals. Coach Frank and Jackson are here to discuss the reasoning behind switching from base to race, building upon our Master’s CTL podcast. We break down calculating out when that time frame is, what kind of workouts or training plans you should be doing, and answer some listener questions. If you’re enjoying the show, you can support what we do by sharing with a friend or teammate, leaving us a review on Apple Podcasts, or subscribing. We appreciate the engagement, and don’t forget to use 25podcast at checkout to save 25% off any training plan. – Join the discussion on the FasCat Forum – Thanks for listening! Apple Podcasts: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/fascat-cycling-training-tips-podcast/id1381614039?mt=2 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2dCwiPGkiv3VJuSeJN957S?si=9a4xgP9eT26_YXp6ASOVNA Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/fascat-cycling-training-tips-podcast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/fascatcoaching/    Instagram: @fascatfh Twitter: @FasCat  , @FasCatCoaching and YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/FasCatCoaching Intro music: David Cutter Music // https://davidcuttermusic.com/ The post Switching From Base to Race Podcast appeared first on FasCat.

53mins

1 Mar 2019

Rank #20