Episode 177 of the Ask a Cycling Coach Podcast is going to be a fun one! 24 Hours In The Old Pueblo registration is closed and it’s time to strategize on endurance team racing, we’ll discuss creative ways to stay cool on the bike, and the proper way to train your body to absorb more training stress. Join us live!

More show notes and discussion in the TrainerRoad Forum.



Topics covered in this episode

  • 24 Hours in the Old Pueblo
  • Should I train for a specific climb in a specific race?
  • Should I follow low volume plans before mid volume plans?
  • How to cut a base phase short
  • Is starting young an advantage in cycling?
  • How to hold your head in the TT position
  • Ways to stay cool on the trainer

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Ian Meintjes

Ian Meintjes is a pro enduro racer and the producer of the Ask a Cycling Coach podcast. Ian’s successful track record in cross-country and enduro racing, along with years of experience as a customer support agent have made him an expert on all things training and racing with power.