Keeping Your Axe Sharp

When the woodcutter got his job, he showed up on the first day ready to go: his axe was brand new, in pristine condition, his body was rested and ready for work. The first day, he met all his goals, and life was good. But as the weeks passed, he produced less and less. He […]

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Making Your Resolutions Stick!

No matter what you celebrate, unless you went full Grinch in the last 2 months, it’s safe to say that the holiday season had an impact on your training. For some of us, that impact might have been some vacation time to get our and train more than normal. But for the majority of us, […]

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Supplements and You: Less is More

Supplements can be a very slippery slope for any athlete competing at any level. The supplement industry and the sometimes bold and brash claims about their products go largely unregulated by the FDA. Manufacturers use everything from eye catching labels to elaborate and fancy marketing campaigns to entice customers to use their products. Products that may not actually […]

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Race Report – 124 Wins in 2016

Homare Yamashita took 1st in the U15 CX race at Rivertown Cross last weekend! Matthew Rotherham – In session 1, he won the 6 lap dash, he took 4th in the flying 200m with a 10.401, and 5th overall for the first night’s session. In session two, 1st in keirin heat 1, won the 6 lap dash […]

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The Dos and Don’ts of Cold Season

Tis the Season! Cold season that is! Unless you live in a bubble far away from civilization and human contact, it’s pretty much inevitable that you’ll contact some kind of cold this year. This of course isn’t the end of the world of course for most of us. But it can have an compounded impact on our training […]

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Race Report – 123 Wins in 2016

Matthew Rotherham took 2nd in the elimination, 5th in keirin heat 1, 5th in the handicap, and 4th in the overall standings. In session two, he took 3rd in keirin heat 1, 1st in keirin heat 1, and 6th in the overall omnium. In session 1, he took 3rd in the flying 200m with a 10.19, […]

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