Canadian Cycling Magazine - - FEATURE -

with a sci­ence de­gree in ki­ne­si­ol­ogy and many years of ex­pe­ri­ence in the sport, I’ve learned that the ba­sics are best. If you want to achieve your best self on the bike, you have to be will­ing to stick it out. Im­prove­ments don’t hap­pen overnight, and they will take even longer if you are con­stantly latch­ing on to new ideas and then let­ting them go. Be con­sis­tent. Pick a form of train­ing that Kha­ley smithf works for you, and stick to it.

not a lot of peo­ple want to do the ba­sic stuff. They want to do the ex­cit­ing train­ing that brings in­stant re­wards. They should re­peat and prac­tise the ba­sic stuff. Spend time cre­at­ing fun work­outs to keep things in­ter­est­ing and al­ways keep the ba­sics – men­tal, phys­i­cal and emo­tional well-be­ing, skills, vol­ume plan.( david gagnonf and in­ten­sity – at the core of your train­ing

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