I am a huge fan of your books, already got PUTB, P2TI and Mastering MTB skills, they really added a huge increase both in my fitness and skills.
PUTB got me trying XC racing this year, and now that the season is over I’m looking forward next year to improve my results.
Got one question: I just began PUTB, I am on W4 this week, and I’m planning to rock P2PI right after to get in great shape for March, when I have my first races.
I am doing these workouts on tuesday and thursday, and I always get a long, fun MTB ride with friends on sunday morning.
Is that a good strategy?
During the race season, what do you recommand as a workout for the weekday?
This beautiful video from Rocky Mountain Adventure Junkies shows Valmont Bike Park from the ground and a drone, and it gives a taste of a Lee Likes Bikes skills clinic.
Thanks to Kevin Stiffler for the stunt riding and the RMAJ crew for the great work.
I’m getting better on video, but I still need to control the OKs and LIKEs.
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Kung fu skills clinics Oct. 17-20.
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If you read sites like mudandcowbells.com (which is excellent), you’ll sense the tone of awe, like cyclocross racers are touching God. That’s a sure sign they’re reaching a major state of Flow (capital F).
A lot of you have heard me whine about my shoulders. Yesterday we got more bad news, and some good news, and we’re trying something new.
I just bought your Prepare to Pin It training program, and I have a couple questions.
I’m also going to be incorporating some of the workouts from Enduro MTB Training. Should I do those strength/mobility exercises on the easy days of P2PI?
Also, since my main goal is enduro racing and many of the stages are 6-15 minutes long, on the fun/quality ride days, should I try to focus my efforts on rides where I can push at full steam for those longer intervals when I can?
I am looking to get some information on how to teach a child a certain skill. I have one rider on the team who is really hesitant to stand up on the bike and pedal whether it is climbing or just trying to go faster. They can stand up and coast but they are not fluid when trying to pedal when standing, so this makes them not want to do it. I have discussed it with some of the more seasoned riders I know and they are at a loss because it was a skill they learned early in life and have never came across this situation when teaching younger riders. The rider is a younger teenager so they have been riding a while and just doesn’t like to stand.
Any help would be great.
Wisconsin high school mountain bike league
I’ve enjoyed a strong and relatively pain free season thanks to Dee Tidwell at Enduro MTB Training. Download his program before the price goes up.