“The ultimate form of preparation is not planning for a specific scenario, but a mindset that can handle uncertainty.” It’s a good feeling to be doing 2023 season planning for athletes right now, checking bike fits, […]
The Weather Just Went From 90 To 55 Like It Saw A State Trooper
“The first step—perhaps the most enormous step—is to find what you are genuinely interested in. If you are genuinely interested, you will discover endless opportunities for improvement. But if you are disinterested, even obvious improvements will feel like a […]
Challenges? We’ve got Challenges.
What man actually needs is not a tension less state but rather the striving and struggling for some goal worthy of him. Viktor Frankl Hello , I had a ball racing Wente last weekend! After a two-year layoff, it […]
“A champion is defined not by their wins, but by how many times they recover when they fall.” Serena Williams Hello , I can be a little slow to the party, but if you haven’t […]
Controlling As Much As We Can
“You only control the effort, not the results.” Ryan Holiday Hello , Wow, how is it already May? The summer peaks are closing in quickly and I’m feeling very confident where the Tempo crew is in their process goals. […]
Nobody Is Going To Do Your Life For You
Author Cheryl Strayed on the trap of self-pity: “Nobody’s going to do your life for you. You have to do it yourself, whether you’re rich or poor, out of money or raking it in, the beneficiary of ridiculous fortune […]
“The dream doesn’t chase you back.”
I’m recovering from a long weekend at Sea Otter doing race support, some pre rides with athletes, a bunch of expo-ing, and fitting in a bike fit on the way home. As much as I walked around and […]
How’s Your Cornering?
“Effective practice isolates the skills that are necessary to produce results. Researchers like to distinguish between drills and scrimmages. Drills distort the game so as to work on a specific skill under maximum concentration. Scrimmages mimic the game to get […]
Chasing Your Own Dreams
“I would like to point out the importance of chasing your own dreams. You must live with whoever you become, and those around you have to live with that. It’s important to be who you want to be, and not […]
What’s Your Max?
I had an interesting realization yesterday while doing a hard session on Zwift that after twenty-some years of endurance racing and having “max heart rate” be some sort of nebulous concept, that it may be actually dropping enough […]