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#44 – Chris Schwenker, PT, Virtual Cycling’s Biggest Fan

Indoor Virtual Cycling is the evolution of our great sport. Listen to Chris Schwenker, P.T., virtual cycling’s biggest fan and publisher of Zommunique talk about how he uses and promotes virtual cycling to find fun, camaraderie, fitness and more.

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#44 - Chris Schwenker, PT, Virtual Cycling's Biggest Fan
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#43 – Yoga for Cyclists with Hunter Allen

Hunter was looking for a solution to undo some of that tension he had put into his body by riding so much for so long. Hunter found that yoga helped him to build muscles that were more supple…not just chiseled and ripped but also flexible and resilient

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#43 - Yoga for Cyclists with Hunter Allen
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#41 – How to Combine Strength & Cycling Training to get Faster on the Bike — Menachem Brodie

Menachem Brodie tells us how to use year-round strength training to get faster on the bike.

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#41 - How to Combine Strength & Cycling Training to get Faster on the Bike -- Menachem Brodie
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Bonus: SBT GRVL with Amy Charity

SBT GRVL is a world-class gravel race experience held on the amazing gravel roads in and around the iconic Steamboat Springs, CO. The combination of the great views and fun people make for an unforgettable gravel riding experience.

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Bonus: SBT GRVL with Amy Charity
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#29 – Dr. Seiler on Athletic Performance Longevity

I asked Dr. Seiler to join me on Wise Athletes to discuss his research and speculate about how older athletes can keep the machinery healthy for performance today while also doing the right things for athletic longevity, which is more than just healthspan.

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#29 - Dr. Seiler on Athletic Performance Longevity
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#23 – Patrick Bohan: Overachieving in Life and Cycling

You can improve athletically over the age of 50 even with a debilitating neurological condition. Over achieving is the secret to fulfillment.

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#23 - Patrick Bohan: Overachieving in Life and Cycling
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#18 – The Art of Training with Power for Masters Cyclists

Training with power to be stronger on a bike, and leveraging camaraderie to sustain long-term passion and success in athletics.

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#18 - The Art of Training with Power for Masters Cyclists
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#17 – Biggest Mistakes by Masters Athletes

Glen and I are joined once again by Jeff Winkler of Winkler Cycling (winklercycling.com) in Boulder, Colorado.  You’ll recall that Jeff is a Category 1 USAC coach who has over 30 years of experience in bicycle racing.  He started racing as a junior athlete and rose up through the ranks to become a professional cyclist…

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#17 - Biggest Mistakes by Masters Athletes
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#16 – It Takes a Team to Beat Cancer

Today, we are joined by Mindee Stevenson, who is the current masters world champion in the team pursuit.  Mindee has been winning races on the velodrome for many years.  After winning the Masters World Championship in the Team Pursuit in 2019, Mindee discovered she had bladder cancer.  Listen in as Mindee walks us through her…

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#16 - It Takes a Team to Beat Cancer
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Bonus: Error of the False Proxy

Don’t confuse measurements of what is commonly or conveniently called ‘success’ such as race wins, racing category upgrades, miles run or ridden, Strava Achievements, feet skied, PRs, 14ers climbed, etc. with your true goals, which should be something like: happiness, health, full & long life). The former are just metrics, which are useful easy tracking of progress, and perhaps for motivation. But don’t forget what you really want from your athletic endeavors. It is easy to mistakingly substitute one for the other when you aren’t paying attention.

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Bonus: Error of the False Proxy
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