We caught up with Jeremy Powers, the reigning US Cyclocross National Champion, to talk about self-coaching, a workout of his we'll call "The Buffet", and the one piece of advice he'd give to any aspiring cyclocross champ.
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All too often, the holiday season can be a challenging time when it comes to body weight and body fat %. It is very common to hear individuals say, “I gained 10- 15 over the holidays!”
Each year, I implement new methods in my training or learn important lessons that help me to become a better, more healthy triathlete. In 2012, I learned 3 valuable high performance lessons, which I’ll share with you below.
This is the “dreaming season”, time to put the past season behind us, reflect on accomplishments and lessons learned, but even more excitingly, time to plan for 2013! What are your goals? The first step starts with having a plan designed around you. Welcome to the TrainingPeaks Annual Training Plan (ATP).
Your 2012 season is probably over. It’s literally the “off season” - a time to take a break. Called the Transition Period, this runs from the completion of your last race, until the start of the Prep Period in a few weeks. Think of this Transition Period as the link between two annual training plans—it marks the end of the 2012 season and the official beginning of the 2013 season.