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Latest Posts

  • The Secrets of Peak Performance I : Carbohydrate Fuelling

    The Secrets of Peak Performance I : Carbohydrate Fuelling

    The last few weeks have been pretty hectic what with the excellent Elite performance show at Excel and exposure to an established electrolyte product which I am currently testing during the unusual, albeit welcome mini-heatwave we are experiencing here in the south-east. As my client base is predominantly pure-play cyclists I will also be using it during my

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  • Understanding Intervals

    Understanding Intervals

    All my posts are an original perspective on current sports science and exercise physiology topics. I tend to cringe at the term ‘hack’ or ‘pseudo’ as this brings about connotations of ‘fake’ which no scientist wants to be associated with. Although some individuals do succumb to the delusional yet real pressure to perform and publish results

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  • Controversial or hard questioning?

    Controversial or hard questioning?

    During my recent visit to Cape Town, my disappointment for not racing the full version of the Cape Argus (road closures due to severely destructive mountain fires) was more than balanced by the hour long chat I was fortunate to hold with Prof. Timothy Noakes at the Sports Science Institute of South Africa (SSISA). Prof. Noakes is

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  • Elite Training Camp, Calpe Spain.

    Elite Training Camp, Calpe Spain.

    It has been an interesting and busy 2015 so far, too busy even to write up the mountain of new information I have taken on board during a few recent professional experiences and work sessions, until now. I hope I will be able to translate them to those around me who are interested enough in contemporary sports science and are

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  • Live Demo – Wed 21st Jan @7pm VeloSport, Putney

    Live Demo – Wed 21st Jan @7pm VeloSport, Putney

      This live demonstration of a full lactate threshold profile will provide valuable insight into current endurance sports performance assessment and best practices.  VeloSport’s own Steve James will be the test subject on the night…so come along and witness his suffering! The lactate threshold power/ heart rate is an important parameter of cycling performance, and is now commonly used

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  • Gross Ambition

    Gross Ambition

    This is the time of year we need to be confirming what our events next spring will be, for a couple of good reasons; entrance registrations for the more popular public races open and close relatively quickly due to limited numbers. In particular events abroad have restricted foreign participants to save disappointment unless you have previously seeded or qualified,

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  • Elite vs rest of the world

    Elite vs rest of the world

    Since my first experiences as a youthful spectator of professional cycling watching Gianni Bugno win the 1990 Wincanton Classic in Brighton, I have been fascinated by what it takes for performance cycling passionistas like us to achieve elite status and I am still learning how the process can be accelerated for all of us, with precious little time

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