Performance Conditioning Cycling Back Issue Library by Topics 

 

 

Cycling Performance Technical-Tactical-Bike Fit 

In-Season Tactical Advisor Post-Note Working Your Breakaway, Arnie Baker, M.D., CYN 18

In-season Tactical Advisor Post-note Successful Breakaways, Arnie Baker CYN 37

Tactical Advisor Post-note, Crankarm Length Arnie Baker, MD., CYN 23

Efficiency-Cadence & Crank Length, Arnie Baker, MD CYN 31

Performance Tactics-A Beginning Racing Guide to Winning-Part 1- Steve Thordarson, CYN 28

Performance Tactics-A Beginning Racing Guide to Winning-Part 2- Attacking, Steve Thordarson, CYN 29

Performance Tactics-A Beginning Racing Guide to Winning- Part 3-Hill And Turn Attacking, Steve Thordarson CYN 31

Performance Tactics-A Beginning Racing Guide to Winning- Part 4-Blocking, Steve Thordarson CYN 32

Performance Tactics-A Beginning Racing Guide to Winning- Part 5-Tactics Without Teammates, Steve Thordarson CYN 33

Developing Racing Strategy And Tactics, Henny Top CYN 36

In-Season Tactical Advisor-Criterium Solo Breakaways, Arnie Baker, M.D., CYN 38

Winning Sprinting by Combining Techniques, Conditioning and Tactics, Kevin Lippert, CYN 46

The Race of Truth: Winning Strategies for the Individual Time Trail,

Steve Madden, CYN 52

Fitting a Road Bike Positioning for Top Performance, Kevin Lee Lippert, CYN 57

Bike Fit Tips to Injury Free Top Performance-Working the Problem Areas, Kevin Lee Lippert, CYN 61

Positioning Considerations, Steven W. Madden, CYN 62

Cycling Roundtable-Ask the Experts- Coaching Decisions for Correcting Poor Bike Positioning/Mechanics, CYN 63

Cycling Roundtable: Ask the Experts-Relationship of Skill and Fitness/Conditioning, CYN 65

Check Points for Efficient and Effective Time Trailing,

Barney King, CYN 64

 Roundtable: Ask the Experts- Training Courses and Routes, CYN 71

Cycling Roundtable: Ask the Experts- Group Rides and Training, CYN 73

Cycling Roundtable: Ask the Experts-Cycling Skills Under Fatigue, CYN 75

Positioning Specialist: The Newest Member of a Performance Resource Advisory Team, Christopher Kautz, CYN 81

Cycling Roundtable, Ask The Experts—Soft Tissue Imbalances and Inflexibility, CYN 82

Cycling Resource Advisory Team: Soft Tissue Specialists and Their Role in Bike Positioning and Performance, Dr. Ernie Ferrel, CYN 82

Cycling Roundtable, Ask The Experts—Creating Separation to Avoid Opponent Drafting, CYN 83

The Anatomy of the Bike Fit, Paul Levine, CYN 94

Cycling Roundtable, Ask The Experts— Climbing Part III, Tactics and Strategy, CYN 95

Conditioning for Positioning, Christopher Kautz, CYN 95

Cycling Roundtable, Ask The Experts— Pre-race Rituals, CYN 101

Tactical Alternative Uses for a Power-Meter System, Steve Thordarson , CYN 105

The Four Critical Aspects of Bike Fit—Updating Classic Cycling Literature, Andy Pruitt, Ed.D., CYN 107

A Coach’s Guide to Bike Fit Professionals, Laurin Stennis, 11(7):5

Road versus Cyclocross Bike Set Up, Laurin Stennis, MSW, LCSW, 12(1):5

A Simple Test for Proper Aerodynamics and Bike Fit, Laurin Stennis, MSW, LCSW, 12(2):5

The Skinny on the Shimmy- When to shim, Michael Lovegren M.S., 14(5):10

Special Consideration in Bike Fit for Women, Gale Bernhardt, 14(7):7

  

 

Cycling Performance Physiological

Heart Rate Monitoring for Improved Performance, Edmund R. Burke, Ph.D., CYN 11

Cyclist Guide to- Warm-up General to Specific, Gary Bradford, CYN 16

Do You Measure Up?, Altitude Training, with Nicholas Terrados, M.D., Ph.D., O.N.C.E. and Ken Kontor, CAE, C.S.C.S., CYN 18

Performance Advisor Post-note, Training Intensity Arnie Baker, MD., CYN 21

Training for Lactate Production and Tolerence on the Track Sharon McDowell, Ph.D., CYN 21

Research Says-Weight Training Important for Endurance Cyclists, Steven Fleck, Ph.D., CYN 26

Tactical Advisor Post-note: Thresholds, Arnie Baker, MD., CYN 29

Understanding Energy Usage for Cycling, Trevor Dobbins, CYN 38

Yellow Jersey Series- Making of a Champion and the Physical Demands of What it Takes, Steve Thordarson, CYN 39

Yellow Jersey Series #2- Making of a Champion: Gearing for Speed with  Power and Strength Requirements, Steve Thordarson, CYN 41

Yellow Jersey Series #3- Making of a Champion: Grearing for Speed with  Power and Strength Requirements, Steve Thordarson, CYN 42

Cycling Roundtable: Ask the Experts, Pre-race tapering, supplement use during the season, CYN 38

What Parents Need to Know About Developing the Junior Rider,

Trevor Dobbins, CYN 41

Lessons From the Demands of Elite X-C MTB Racing Trevor Dobbins, CYN 42

A Review of the Role of Lactate and Cycling, Edmund R. Burke, Ph.D., CYN 43

How Your Body Works During Cycling, Sean Wilson, CYN 44

Physiological Considerations for the Female Cyclist, Kathy Zawadzki, CYN 45

Interval Turbo Training- Changes in Heart Rate Based on Environmental Conditions, Trevor Dobbins, CYN 46

Cycling Roundtable: Ask the Experts, Warm-up and Cool Down, CYN 47

Cycling Roundtable: Ask the Experts, Base Training and Pre-season Weight Training Considerations CYN 45

Road Racing: Aerobic and Anaerobic Power for Peak Performance,

Patrick O’Shea, Ed.D., CY 51

Training Adaptations in Cycling- How They Work, Kathy Zawadzki, CYN 52

Bicycle Medicine and Science Review for 1999-Part 1, Arnie Baker, MD, CYN 63

Bicycle Medicine and Science Review for 1999-Part 2, Arnie Baker, MD, CYN 64

Cycling Roundtable: Ask the Experts-Tapering, CYN 66

Understanding Heart Rate for Cycling, Kevin Lee Lippert, CYN 77

Overcoming Pain Induced from the Formation of Lactic Acid Build (LABIP) in Cycling, Edmund R. Burke, Ph.D., CYN 77

Guidelines to Progressing Up the Ranks of Competitive Cycling Through Selective Neovascularization and Neuromuscular Facilitation Training, Brian Adams, M.S., CYN 85

Cardiology 101: Overview of the Cardio/Pulmonary System and its Application to Cycling Training, Brian Adams, CYN 87

Biochemistry and its Application to Cycling Training, Brian Adams, CYN 92

Cycling Conditioning: The Over Emphasis on the Metabolic Systems — a Case for High Intensity Training, Sean Wilson Ph.D., CYN 94

Medical Reasons for Reduced Power Production, Arnie Baker, M.D., CYN 102

Power-based vs. HR-based training: advantages and disadvantages, Andrew Richard Coggan, Ph.D., CYN 105

Understanding the Role of Lactic Acid In Cycling- Is It Really That Bad?, Guy Thibault, Ph.D., 11(3):1

Long Slow Distance- LSD Avoiding the Beginning Cyclist “Drug” of Choice

Guy Thibault, Ph.D., 11(6):1

Intervals: The Building Blocks of a Fitness Foundation, Stephen McGregor, Ph.D., 12(6):1

Improved Performance through Nasal vs. Oral Breathing, George Dallam, 13(2):1 

The Developmental Process of Junior Cyclists, Benjamin Sharp, 13(6):1

Research Review –Stretching, Karl B. Fields, MD, 14(1):6

Lactate Threshold and Functional Threshold Power FTP – Why it’s Important and How to Determine it, Charles Howe, 14(6):5

Reading Research – Intervals, Thresholds, and Long Slow Distance: The Role of Intensity and Duration in Endurance Training, 15(6):15

 

 

Cycling Performance Biomechanical

Fine Tuning Pedaling Skills, Jeffrey P. Broker, Ph.D., CYN 11

Your Guide to Improved Aerodynamic Performance!, Aerodynamic Concerns for the Cyclist, Jeffrey P. Broker, Ph.D., CYN 13

The Science of Drafting:  Easy Riding in the Slipstream, Jeffrey P. Broker, Ph.D., CYN 19

The Dollars and Sense of Aerodynamics, Greg Combs, CYN 44

Cycling Roundtable-Ask the Experts- Coaching Decisions for Correcting Poor Bike Positioning/Mechanics, CYN 63

Breaking Through the Metabolic Barrier with Flexibility Training, John Howard, CYN 83

The On and Off Muscles of Cycling: How They Affect Performance, Bernard Condevaux, PT, 12(3):3

Flexibility to Increase Functional On-bike Performance, Brad Yantzer, 14(1):9

Basic Cycling Biomechanics-The Bike Side, Michael Lovegren M.S., 14(2):3

What’s the Q-Angle and Factor? Erik Moen PT, 14(4):1

Foot Pronation in Cyclists- From Diagnosis to Intervention Strategies

Michael J. Choate, M.S., P.T., 14(6):11

Correct Breathing Mechanics and the Zone of Apposition (ZOA), Lisa Bartels, DPT, 15(3):3

Reading Research – Is Economy of Competitive Cyclists Affected by the Anterior-Posterior Foot Position on the Pedal?, J.R. Van Sickle, 15(6):16

 

 

Doping and Performance Enhancing Drugs

Your EPO Questions Answered, Joris R. Delanghe; MD, PhD  14(1):5

Doping Questions – USADA Answers Therapeutic Use Exemptions

Kelli Feltmann, 15(5):4

 

 

Cycling Performance On-bike Programs

What the Experts Say- Time Trialing Advice An Interview With Chris Carmichael, CYN 14

Cyclist Guide to-Past Race Analysis & Finding Your Success Pattern, Sean McCann, Ph.D., CYN 15

Getting Ready- 20 Week Season Plan Made Simple!, Audrius Barzdukas, M.Ed., CYN 16

Getting Ready for the Season- Cycling Cadence:  Some Thoughts on “Optimal” Spin Rates, Anthony P. Marsh, M.Ed., CYN 17

The Novice Cyclist’s Training Year, Joe Friel, CYN 18

Performance Advisor Post-note, Time Trial Warm-Ups Arnie Baker, MD., CYN 21

Tactical Advisor Post-note, Optimum Cadence Arnie Baker, MD., CYN 22

Using Big Gears A Very Specific Form of Strength Training, Nicholas Terrados, MD., CYN 24

Building Race Intensity-Part 1, Joe Friel, M.S., CYN 25

Building Race Intensity Part 2, Joe Friel, M.S., CYN 26

Tapering for the Competitive Cyclist, Joseph A. Houmard, Ph.D., CYN 27

How to Train for the Points Race, Tim Quigley, CYN 27

Power Training for Road Racing, Joe Friel CYN 33

Spinning For Winter Mountain Bike Training, Richard Wharton CYN 34

Going For Your First Spin With Or Without The Spinner, Ed Burke Ph.D. CYN 34

Cyclist Guide to Classification and Planning of Workouts, Arnie Baker M.D. CYN 36

On-Bike Speed Development for the Road Rider, Tim Quigley CYN 37

Interval Training for On-Bike Recovery, Power and Endurance- 

8 Week Stage Race Plan, Steve Madden, CYN 39

Cycling Roundtable: Ask the Experts, Pre-race tapering, supplement use during the season, CYN 38

Cycling Roundtable: Ask the Experts, Recovery after hill or chase, how to push bigger gears, CYN 39

Preparation for a Major Road Race Event, Steve Madden,  CYN 41

Stationary Trainer Workouts- Four to Add to Your Training Arsenal, Arnie Baker, MD., CYN 44

Cycling Roundtable: Ask the Experts, Mountain Bike Training Principles and Technological Tools to Improve Performance, CYN 42

Climbing-Making to the Top, Kevin Lippert,  CYN 47

Cycling Roundtable: Ask the Experts, Cadence and Off-season Sprint Development, CYN 41

Mountain Biking-Specific Shoulder Training for Obstacle Clearing

Richard Wharton, CYN 61

Sprint and Jump Training for Improved Performance,

Edmund R. Burke, Ph.D., CYN 64

Cycling Roundtable-Ask the Experts- Spinning, CYN 64

Course Design for the Improvement of Anaerobic Power for Master Cyclists, Patrick O’Shea, Ed.D., CYN 71

Roundtable: Ask the Experts- Beyond the Big Gears-On Bike External Resistance Training, CYN 72

Warm-up Program Prior to the Mountain Bike Race, 

Tom Erhard,  CYN 72

The Three Building Blocks of Conditioning with Special Considerations to the Female Cyclist, Dean Golich,  CYN 75

Cycling Roundtable: Ask the Experts-I was wondering how many days I should rest prior to a race? Should I train up to the day before?, CYN 76

Establishing a Beginning 12 Week Criterium Program

with Richard Wharton, CYN 76

Favorite Exercises of the Coaches, Three Minute Interval, Richard Wharton, CYN 81

Favorite Exercises of the Coaches, Weakest Link Whistle Intervals, Al Gandolfi, CYN 83

Cycling Roundtable, Ask The Experts—On-bike, Single-leg Training, CYN 84

Role of a Cycling Coach: Understanding the Complexities of Cycling Through the Performance Pyramid, Al Gandolfi, CYN 84

Favorite Exercises of the Stars, Enzymatic Pathway Stimulus Training Ride Sequence, Brian Adams, CYN 85

Cycling Roundtable, Ask The Experts— The Law of Diminishing Returns, CYN 91

Principles and Practices of Interval Training for the Cyclist, Barney King, CYN 91

Favorite Exercises of the Coaches, 5 Minute Ladder Workout, Tom Ehrhard, CYN 91

Integrating the Time Trial Bike into a Training Plan, Barney King, CYN 92

Favorite Exercises of the Coach, Sean Wilson Ph.D., Criterium Race Day Warm-up, CYN 94

Favorite Exercises of the Coaches, Time Trial Warm-up Protocol, Barney King, CYN 92

Cycling Roundtable, Ask The Experts—The Physical Side of an End of Race Sprint, CYN 96

Cycling Roundtable, Ask The Experts—What’s with Watts?, CYN 87

Cycling Roundtable, Ask The Experts—The Physical Side of Climbing, CYN 93

Combining Bike Fit, Mobility and Flexibility to Increase Functional On-bike Performance, Brad Yantzer, CYN 93

Classification of Cycling On-Bike Exercises: Building Your Training Menu, Steve Madden, CYN 97

A Model for More Efficient Interval Training on a Power Output Feedback System–Part one, Guy Thibault, Ph.D., CYN 103

A Model for More Efficient Interval Training on a Power Output Feedback System–Part Two, Guy Thibault, Ph.D., CYN 104

Power-based vs. HR-based training: advantages and disadvantages, Andrew Richard Coggan, Ph.D., CYN 105

New Innovations in Power Meter Use—The Training Stress Balance Approach to Cycling Training, Hunter Allen, 11(4):1

USA Cycling Continuing Education Unit (CEU) #17, Redefining Periodization for Cycling with Power/Wattage Training, Hunter Allen, 12(1):4

Cold Weather Cyclists Preparation for Warm Weather Winter Training Courses, Guy Thibault, Ph.D., 12(4):5

Periodization of Sprint Cycling with Considerations for Endurance Cyclists,

Clay Worthington, 12(4):6

Coaching and Rider Consideration in Transitioning from the Road to the Track-Endurance Competition ,Colby Pearce, 12(5):1

Merging Cyclo-Cross Racing with Road and Mountain Bike Racing, Adam Myerson, 12(5):6

Intervals: The Building Blocks of a Fitness Foundation, Stephen McGregor, Ph.D., 12(6):1

Q and A-Interval Training Gains, With Guy Thibault Ph.D., 12(7):5

High Intensity Training (HIT) Application to Beginning Level Cyclist,

Martin J. Gibala, PhD, 13(4):5

 

 

  

 

 

Cycling Performance Off-bike Programs

Strength Training and Cycling- Take Another Look, Vern Gambetta, CYN 11

Core Before Extremity, Vern Gambetta, CYN 12

What the Experts Say- Australian National Team Training for You, Charlie Walsh, CYN 13

Single Leg Strength A New Approach to Your Off-Season Program, Harvey Newton, M.A., C.S.C.S., CYN 14

Cyclists Guide to Weight Training On Your Own, Part 1- Setting Goals, Ken Kontor, CAE, C.S.C.S., CYN 14

Cyclist Guide to Weight Training On Your Own- Instruction, Ken Kontor, CAE, C.S.C.S., CYN 15

Principles of Strength Training for Cycling- Body Weight Work Before External Resistance Work, Vern Gambetta, CYN 15

A Parents’ Guide to- Weight Training for Cycling, Ken Kontor, CAE, C.S.C.S., CYN 16

This Season, Add Flexibility Training to Your Cycling Program, John Walker, CYN 17

Cycling Stretching with a Partner, Gary Bradford CYN 31

Preparing the Stabilizing Muscles for Cycling, Vern Gambetta, CYN 17

From Mary Nothstien’s Personal Trainer- Annual Strength Training Model for Cycling, John F. Graham C.S.C.S., CYN 22

A Time to Build-Hypertrophy Strength Training Exercise Program for Cycling, John F. Graham C.S.C.S., CYN 23

An Increase in Strength-Basic Strength Training Program for Cycling, John F. Graham C.S.C.S., CYN 24

A Time to Build Acceleration- Power Strength Training Program for Cycling, John F. Graham C.S.C.S., CYN 25

A Special Time- Muscular Endurance Training Exercises for Cycling, John F. Graham C.S.C.S., CYN 26

A Time to Peak- Maintenance Strength Training for Pursuit/Road, John F. Graham C.S.C.S., CYN 27

A Time to Soar- Maintenance Strength Training Exercises for Sprint/Kilometer Cycling, John F. Graham C.S.C.S., CYN 28

Legs Strength For Cycling-The Philosophy And Theory, Vern Gambetta CYN 33

Your First Weight Training Program For Cycling, Arnie Baker CYN 34

Hill Running and Jump Training, Steve Javorek CYN 34

Part 1-Preparatory Circuit for Cycling, Steve Javorek CYN 35

Part 2-Preparatory Circuit for Cycling, Steve Javorek CYN 36

Jump Rope for Cross Training Power and Endurance, Buddy Lee CYN 35

What is Eastern Bloc Training Anyway? Lessons From A Sports Machine CYN 37

Converting Strength to Muscular Endurance- High Repetition Weight Training Plan, Fred Koch, CYN 42

Non-Traditional Weight Training for the Endurance Road and Mountain Cyclists, Steve Madden, CYN 43

Traditional Weight Training- Is It Necessary for the Endurance Cyclists? Trevor Dobbins, CYN 43

Strength Training Exercise Program for Cycling-Building the Base,

John Graham, CSCS, CYN 52

Strength-Training Exercise Program for Cycling-Increasing Strength, John Graham, CSCS, CYN 53

Power Strength Training Program for Cycling-The Final Prepatory Phase, John Graham, CSCS, CYN 54

Power Strength Training Program for Cycling-Peak Competitive Training, John Graham, CSCS, CYN 56

Cycling Roundtable: Ask the Experts, Use of Weight Training in Improve Cycling Performance, CYN 51

Preparing for a High-Altitude Bike Race, Joe Friel, CYN 55

“Crash” Training-Playing the Hard-Easy Game, Joe Friel, CYN 56

Cycling Roundtable: Ask the Experts, What it Takes to Get to the Next Level CYN 53

Strength Training Program for Cycling-Transition Phase,

John Graham, CYN 62

Strength Training for Cycling- Rational for Single Legged Work and Year Round Training, Vern Gambetta, CYN 62

Understanding Core Training and Its Importance to Cycling 

Vern Gambetta, CYN 63

Cyclists Guide to Training the Core/Trunk Part 1, Allen Hedrick, M.A., CYN 65

Cyclists Guide to Training the Core/Trunk Part 2, Allen Hedrick, M.A., CYN 66

Strength training for Cycling- Lift Like an Athlete, Patrick O’Shea Ed.D. with Tom Justice, CYN 67

Next Season Avoid Muscle Mass Loss With This Time-Effective, Total Body Strength/Power Program, Patrick O’Shea, Ed.D., CYN 73

Cyclist Guide to SAFE Plyometrics-Part 1

What are Plyometrics and How to Make Them Safe, Greg Brittenham, Strength and Conditioning Coach, New York Knicks, CYN 77

Cyclist Guide to SAFE Plyometrics, Part 2: Setting Up the Program, Greg Brittenham, CYN 81

Plyometrics for Cycling, Becky Milot, CYN 82

How to Introduce Strength Training to Young Cyclists Ages 13-15, Dana Healy, CYN 86

Conditioning Interview: Core Training for Cyclists, Steve Madden, CYN 86

Strength Training Scheduling Issues for Elite Level Cyclists, Dana Healy, CYN 87

Off-Bike Strength, Dynamic Flexibility and Power Training Methods Using Portable, Affordable Training Tools, Harvey Newton, CYN 96

Athletic-type Strength Training & Interval Weight Training: The Leading Edge in High-end Bike Racing, Patrick O’Shea, Ed.D., CYN 101

No Cost No Equipment Strength Training-Manual Resistance Partner Training

Program, Ed Ellis, CYN 102

Correct Body Mechanics BEFORE Correct Techniques: What You Need to Know Before Starting a Strength Program, Mike Arthur, M.S.C.C. 11(1):8

Standing Trunk Training, Allen Hedrick, 11(2):8

Off-Bike Sprinting Power Improvement: Appling National Jr. Team Programming to Your Situation, Patrick Borkowski, 11(4):3

Lessons from the USA Cycling, Off-Bike Coaching Clinic, Peter Melanson, M.S., 11(5):5

Off-Bike Sprinting Power Improvement: Appling National Jr. Team Programming to Your Situation-Training Tables, Patrick Borkowski, 11(5):10

Postural Considerations Setting the Foundation in Strength and Conditioning for Cyclists, Jeb Stewart MS,  11(5):1

Postural Considerations Setting the Foundation in Strength and Conditioning for Cyclists, Part 2, Jeb Stewart MS,  11(6):4

Postural Considerations Setting the Foundation in Strength and Conditioning for Cyclists, Part 3, Jeb Stewart MS, 11(7):1

Yoga Training For Endurance Athletes, Steve Tarpinian, 11(7):6

Five Exercises to develop the Youth Athlete Posterior Chain, Robert L. Brown, 11(7):8

Fighting Fatigue, 11(7):10

Physical Development Guidelines for Introducing the Olympic Style Lifts to Athletes, Paul Fleschler, 12(1):8

Introducing the Power Pull: Enjoying the Benefits of Explosive Lifting for Track Cyclists Without the Risks and Hassles, Harvey S. Newton, 12(2):3

Exploring the Myths of Conditioning-The Fallacy Training the Stabilizer Muscles, Dr. Tudor Bompa, 12(2):10

First Time Strength Training Program for Female Athletes, Robert L. Brown, 12(3):8

Exploring the Myths of Conditioning-The fallacy of core strength, Dr. Tudor Bompa, 12(5):4

Off-Bike Training-Core Posture, Ken Kontor 13(1):1

 

 

Year Round Conditioning Planning and Programs

 

Entire Year

Planning Your Comprehensive Training Program What You Need to Know First, Roger Young, CYN 11

Planning Your Comprehensive Training Program Seasonal Phase Training:  the Mesocycle, Roger Young, CYN 12

Planning Your Comprehensive Training Program Seasonal Phase Training:  the Microcycle, Roger Young, CYN 13

Planning Your Comprehensive Training Program Seasonal Phase Training:  the Training Session, Roger Young, CYN 14

Planning Your Comprehensive Training Program Seasonal Phase Training:  the Endurance Base Work-out: A Look at Old School-New School Thinking and What’s Right for You, Roger Young, CYN 15

Planning Your Comprehensive Training Program The Winning Workout, Roger Young, CYN 16

Training Progression for Cycling- The Annual Plan, Tudor O. Bompa, Ph.D., CYN 18

The Novice Cyclist’s Training Year, Joe Friel, CYN 18

From Mary Nothstien’s Personal Trainer- Annual Strength Training Model for Cycling, John F. Graham C.S.C.S., CYN 22

Cyclist Guide to Classification and Planning of Workouts, Arnie Baker M.D. CYN 36

How To: Developing a Training Log That Works for You,

Gary Achterberg, CYN 43

1998 Your Best Year Yet, Arnie Baker, M.D., CYN 42

Cycling Roundtable: Ask the Experts, Transition Goals Between Seasons Including Recovery and Regeneration, CYN 52

Cycling Roundtable: Ask the Experts, Planning the Training Year, CYN 57

Conditioning Interview-Combining the Multi-Factors of Periodization  for the Sprint Cyclist-Des Dickie, CYN 71

Conditioning Interview- Principles of Simultaneous Multi-Component Periodization, Tom Ehrhard, CYN 72

Fitting Group Training Into a Year Round Plan, Sean O’Shea, CYN 73

Favorite Exercises of the Stars, Season Favorites: Winter: Indoor and Outdoor Rock Climbing/Fixed Gear Riding, Spring:  Enzymatic Pathway Stimulus Training Ride Sequence, Summer: Stop Ahead Sign Sprints, Fall: Cyclo-cross, Brian Adams, CYN 84

Conditioning Interview – Principles of Cycling Periodization, Sean Wilson Ph.D., CYN 93

Periodization- The History, the Terms, the Principles, Joe Friel, 13(1):3

Periodization Part 2: Load Progression and Measuring Stress Through Heart Rate and Power, Joe Friel,, 13(3):4

 

 

 

In-season

A Time to Peak- Maintenance Strength Training for Pursuit/Road, John F. Graham C.S.C.S., CYN 27

A Time to Soar- Maintenance Strength Training Exercises for Sprint/Kilometer Cycling, John F. Graham C.S.C.S., CYN 28

In-Season Tactical Advisor-Criterium Solo Breakaways, Arnie Baker, M.D., CYN 38

Cycling Roundtable: Ask the Experts, Improve Sprinting During the Pre-season and In-season, CYN 43

Periodizing Interval Training for Peak Performance Without Overtraining, Tom Ehrhard, CYN 45

In Season Tips, Phil Sanders, CYN 56

Cycling Roundtable: Ask the Experts, Guidelines in Planning the Season and Goal Modification during the Season, CYN 56

Cycling Roundtable, Ask The Experts—Surviving the Season, CYN 85

 

 

Off-season

Change Gears in the Off-Season for Improved Mountain Bike Performance, Skip Hamilton, CYN 14

A Time to Build-Hypertrophy Strength Training Exercise Program for Cycling, John F. Graham C.S.C.S., CYN 23

An Increase in Strength-Basic Strength Training Program for Cycling, John F. Graham C.S.C.S., CYN 24

Cycling Roundtable: Ask the Experts, Cadence and Off-season Sprint Development, CYN 41

Winter Preparation: What to do this year, Phil Sanders, CYN 53

Roundtable: Ask the Experts-Coaching Decisions for the Off-season CYN 61

Cycling Team Strategies for Cold Weather Climate, Off-season Conditioning

Marco Vasquez, 11(1):5

A Menu of Off-season Training Activities,  Guy Thibault, Ph.D., 13(2):5

 

 

Pre-season

Getting Ready- 20 Week Season Plan Made Simple!, Audrius Barzdukas, M.Ed., CYN 16

A Time to Build Acceleration- Power Strength Training Program for Cycling, John F. Graham C.S.C.S., CYN 25

A Special Time- Muscular Endurance Training Exercises for Cycling, John F. Graham C.S.C.S., CYN 26

Cycling Roundtable: Ask the Experts, Improve Sprinting During the Pre-season and In-season, CYN 43

Spring Training for Cyclists:  Beginning Another Season, Steve Madden, CYN 54

Late Winter/Early Season Training, Phil Sanders, CYN 54

Early Season Tips, Phil Sanders, CYN 55

 

 

Exercise Variables and Sports Science

 

 

Sets, Repetitions, Intensity and Rest/Recovery

Recovery Techniques for Cycling- The Hands-On Sports Massage, Rebecca Milot, CYN 19

Personal Training for Cycling- Ascending Repetitions:  A Good Way to Start Weight Training, Bob Alejo, C.S.C.S., CYN 19

Your Cycling Personal Trainer-Determining How Much Weight You Should Use: Three Choices Allen Hedrick M.A., C.S.C.S., CYN 21

Choosing a Resistance Training Protocol That’s Right for the Cyclist Allen Hedrick M.A., C.S.C.S., CYN 22

Finding Your One Repetition Maximum (1-RM), Steve Javorek CYN 37

Cycling Roundtable: Ask the Experts, Recovery after hill or chase, how to push bigger gears, CYN 39

Cycling Roundtable: Ask the Experts, Exercise Training Load Variables, CYN 46

Understanding Training Intensities to Help You Plan, Gary Pallett,  CYN 51

Cycling Roundtable: Ask the Experts, Concept of Intensity, CYN 54

Program Design-Methods in Improving Athleteic Performance Through Strength Training, Allen Hedrick, M.A., CYN 76

Program Design-Adding Variety to Your Strength Training Mehtods, Allen Hedrick, M.A., CYN 77

 

 

Cycling Sport Science

Re-Cycling Research- Training and Illness CYN 36

RE-Cycling Research, Ed Burke Ph.D., CYN 41

RE-Cycling Research, Ed Burke Ph.D., CYN 42

RE-Cycling Research, Ed Burke Ph.D., CYN 43

World Championship Downhill Racing-Observations from Sports Science with Training Applications, Trevor Dobbins, CYN 44

Bicycle Medicine and Science-1997 in Review, Arnie Baker, CYN 45

Mt. Bike Research Project ’97: The Results, Rebecca Milot-Bradford, MBS and Sharon McDowell, Ph.D., CYN 52

1998 Bicycle Medicine and Science Review

Arnie Baker, MD, CYN 53

RE-Cycling Research, Ed Burke Ph.D., CYN 57

Bicycle Medicine and Science Review for 1999-Part 1, Arnie Baker, MD, CYN 63

Bicycle Medicine and Science Review for 1999-Part 2, Arnie Baker, MD, CYN 64

2001 Bicycle Medicine and Science Year in Review—Part One, Arnie Baker, MD, CYN 83

2001 Bicycle Medicine and Science Year in Review—Part Two, Arnie Baker, M.D., CYN 84

Bicycling Sports Medicine in Review, Arnie Baker MD, CYN 94

Bicycling Sports Medicine in Review, Part II Arnie Baker MD, CYN 95

Stretching the Truth-What the Latest Research Says About Static Stretching, Ken Kontor, CYN 102

RE-Cycling Research Tested : Rotor crankset, Guy Thibault, Ph.D., 11(2):5

RE-Cycling Research-Attracting European pro cyclists to race in America: the jet lag issue, Guy Thibault, Ph.D., 11(4):5

 

 

Performance Test and Measurements

Try I.T. Intensity Threshold to Test Lactate Threshold, Craig Calvin Jones, 12

Field Testing For Mountain And Road Performance, Eric Reid CYN 37

Cycling Roundtable: Ask the Experts, Physical Testing, Making Them  Reliable and Using the Results, CYN 44

The How’s and Why’s of Cycling Specific Testing to Improve Performance, Sean Drake,  CYN 47

Using Your Computrainer to Assess Anaerobic Power

Dr. Daniel Carey, Ph.D., and Dr. Dave LaPort, Ph.D., CYN 55

Chris Carmichaels’ Spin Cadence Test with a magnetic or wind trainer, Kevin Lee Lippert, CYN 75

Conditioning Interview—Message to Masters: Objective and Subjective Measurement Tools and Overcoming Adversity to Achieve World Class Results, Rick Simons, CYN 82

New Uses for Power Measurement Devices, Richard Wharton, CYN 87

Training With Power-A Coach’s Perspective Part 1- Power Measuring Guidelines,

Jeb Stewart MS, CYN 103

Training With Power-A Coach’s Perspective

Part 2- How to Use Power Measuring Devices, Jeb Stewart MS, CYN 104

New Innovations in Power Meter Use—The Training Stress Balance Approach to Cycling Training, Hunter Allen, 11(4):1

A Simple Test for Proper Aerodynamics and Bike Fit, Laurin Stennis, MSW, LCSW, 12(2):5

Q and A- Lab Testing- A Cycling Coach’s Guide, With Andrew Richard Coggan, Ph.D., 12(6):5

Field Testing for Junior Talent Identification, Corey Hart, MS, 13(6):3

 

 

 

Injury Prevention, Functional Rehabilitation, Overtraining, Sports Medicine      

 

Knees, Leg

Overuse Knee Injuries- Part One, Robert Havard, M.D., CYN 18

Overuse Knee Injuries- Part Two, Robert Havard, M.D., CYN 19

Cycling Knee Pain Prevention, Bernard Condevaux, PT, CYN 107

 

 

Back, Trunk, Upper Body

Stabilizing Exercises for Effective, Injury-free Aerodynamic Cycling, Reid Elam, Ph.D., A.T.,C., C.S.C.S., 13

Low Back Pain in Cyclists Andrew L. Pruitt Ed.D., CYN 28

Exercises to Prevent Cycling Related Back Problems, Dr. Michael Yessis Ph.D., CYN 51

Coaching Perspective: The Triad of Cycling Back Pain Prevention, Bernard Condevaux, PT, 11(1):1

Low Back Pain in Cyclists, Andy Pruitt, Ed.D., 12(4):9

 

 

 

Overtraining/Non Nutritional Recovery

Cycling Medicine- Fatigue, Robert Havard, M.D., CYN 12

Overtraining – Part One, Robert Havard, M.D., CYN 13

Performance Conditioning for Cycling Overtraining- Part Two, Robert Havard, M.D., CYN 14

This Season Avoid Overuse Injuries- The Basics, Robert Havard, M.D., CYN 17

Why do Cyclists Get Sick, Sharon McDowell, Ph.D., CYN 28

Periodizing Interval Training for Peak Performance Without Overtraining, Tom Ehrhard, CYN 45

Cycling Roundtable: Ask the Experts, Transition Goals Between Seasons Including Recovery and Regeneration, CYN 52

Overtraining and Overreach, Recognition and Prevention, Massimo Testa, M.D., CYN 86

Overreaching vs. Overtraining-Understanding the Difference, Randall L. Wilber, PhD, FACSM, 12(4):2

Sleep- The Forgotten Recovery Method, Roger S. Smith, DO, 12(6):11

Tale of the Taper-An Interview with Iñigo Mujika, PhD, 12(7):3

Creating Good Sleep/Recovery Habits on the Road, Dave Ellis, RD, 13(1):12

Overview of Massage Therapy for Cyclists and Coaches, Tim Monaco, 13(3):5

Overview of Massage Therapy for Cyclists and Coaches-Part II: Sorting Out Different Techniques and Practitioners, Tim Monaco, 13(4):2

Overview of Massage Therapy for Cyclists and Coaches Part III: Using Self-Massage to Improve Performance and Prevent Injury, Tim Monaco, 13(5):5

 

 

 

Other Injury Topics

Cyclist Guide to- Preventing & Treating Exercise Induced Asthma, Robert Havard, M.D., CYN 15

Bicycle Medicine and Science-1997 in Review, Arnie Baker, CYN 45

1998 Bicycle Medicine and Science Review Arnie Baker, MD, CYN 53

Bike Fit Tips to Injury Free Top Performance-Working the Problem Areas, Kevin Lee Lippert, CYN 61

2001 Bicycle Medicine and Science Year in Review—Part One, Arnie Baker, MD, CYN 83

2001 Bicycle Medicine and Science Year in Review—Part Two, Arnie Baker, M.D., CYN 84

Choosing a Sports Medicine Physician for Your cycling Resource Advisory Team,  Arnie Baker, M.D., CYN 85

Bicycling Sports Medicine in Review, Arnie Baker MD, CYN 94

Bicycling Sports Medicine in Review, Part II Arnie Baker MD, CYN 95

Medical Reasons for Reduced Power Production, Arnie Baker, M.D., CYN 102

Ride or Rest—Managing Injury, Arnie Baker, M.D., CYN 104

Coaches Role in the Injury Rehab, Kristen Dieffenbach, PhD. CYN 105

What Coaches Should Know About Endurance Athletes Who Collapse, CYN 106

Following the 6 R’s -A Coach’s Guide to Bike Crash Emergency Care, Richard Tallberg, 12(2):1

Conditioning Interview-An Endurance Coaches Guide to Understanding and Working with a Physician, Bradley Abrahamson, MD, 12(3):1

A Coaches Guide: The Seven Rules of Medical Referral, Andy Pruitt, Ed.D., 13(2):10

The Relationship between Postural Asymmetry and Cycling Injuries, Lori Thomsen, MPT, PRC, 13(3):1

The Relationship between Postural Asymmetry and Cycling Injuries-Part 2, Lori Thomsen, MPT, PRC, 13(4):1

The Relationship between Postural Asymmetry and Cycling Injuries-Part 3, Lori Thomsen, MPT, PRC, 13(5):1

The Four Common Origins and Proactive Avoidance Methods of Chronic Cycling Injuries, Erik Moen PT, CSCS, 13(5):7

 

 

 

Conditioning Equipment and Modalities

SRM Bicycle Instrumentation and the Power Output of Elite Male Cyclists During the 1994 Tour Dupont, Dean Golich, Jeffrey Broker Ph.D., CYN 29

Cycling Roundtable: Ask the Experts, Mountain Bike Training Principles and Technological Tools to Improve Performance, CYN 42

Smith Machine Reverse Lunge – Gaining Leg Strength without Leg Stress, Richard Wharton, CYN 47

Conditioning Interview- Converting to Wattage-What We Know-What We Need to Know-How We Can Learn, Tom Ehrhard,, CYN 91

Proper Use of Selectorized Exercise Machines to Improve Acceleration and Power, John Rewolinski, CYN 95

Off-Bike Strength, Dynamic Flexibility and Power Training Methods Using Portable, Affordable Training Tools, Harvey Newton, CYN 96

A Guide to Affordable, Portable Cycling Conditioning Products, John Hajewski

CYN 96

No Cost No Equipment Strength Training-Manual Resistance Partner Training

Program, Ed Ellis, CYN 102

A Guide to Affordable, Portable Cycling Conditioning Products, John Hajewski

CYN 106

 

 

 

Nutrition

 

Performance eating

The Carbohydrate Solution, Ellen Coleman, M.A., M.P.H., R.D., CYN 11

Cyclist Guide to- Eating Before Riding, Ellen Coleman, M.A., M.P.H., R.D., CYN 16

Eating Before Riding, Ellen Coleman, M.A., M.P.H., R.D., CYN 19

Nutrition Recovery-Making It Part of Your Daily Training Plan, Monique Ryan, R.D., L.D., CYN 26

Practical Nutrition for Cyclists-Balance is Key, Jill Strejc R.D. CYN 35

Cyclists Nutrition Guide to Evaluating Sports Nutrition Products

Edmund R. Burke, Ph.D., CYN 38

Cycling Roundtable: Ask the Experts, Pre-race tapering, supplement use during the season, CYN 38

Female Cyclist and Calcium-What You Need to Know, Bob Keith Ph.D., CYN41

Nutrition Bars –  Power or Junk Food?, Barbara Day, M.S., R.D., C.N., CYN 64

The Cyclist Caloric and Food Needs, Sam Callan, CYN 66

How Cyclist Should Feed Themselves, Sam Callan, CYN 72

Fueling Tactics: Three Winning Steps to Performance Eating-

Step Two-Alter Your Carbohydrate Intake Relative To Your Activity,

Dave Ellis, RD, CYN 77

Fueling Tactics: Three Winning Steps to Performance Eating—Step Three, Select a Lean Protein Source, Dave Ellis, RD, CYN 81

Planning Your Eating: How to Periodize Nutrition for Improved Performance, Dave Ellis, R.D., CYN 86

Race Day Nutrition, Bob Seebohar, MS, RD, 13(2):4

 

 

Supplements, Vitamins, Minerals, Fluids

Don’t Forget to Drink, Ellen Coleman, M.A., M.P.H., R.D., CYN 12

Cyclist Guide to- Vitamin  Supplements, Ellen Coleman, M.A., M.P.H., R.D., CYN 15  

Creatine Cycling’s Latest Ergogenic Aid?, Dennis M. Burke, CYN 17

Hydration & Nutrition for Recovery, Ellen Coleman, M.A., M.P.H., R.D., CYN 19

Hydration and the Use of Sports Drinks to Improve Cycling Performance, Jackie Berning, R.D., Ph.D. CYN 28

Fluid Balance in Endurance Cyclists, Jill Strejc R.D. CYN 37

Creatine Supplementation Guidelines for the Power Cyclist

David Ellis, C.S.C.S., L.M.N.T., CYN 56

Principles of Hydration for the Cyclist, Sam Callan, CYN 65

ABC of Cycling Nutrition-Macronutrients, Sam Callan, CYN 73

ABC of Cycling Nutrition-Minerals, Sam Callan, CYN 75

Fueling Tactics 3 Winning Steps to Performance Eating-

Step One-Stress Reduction Through Natural Sources of Vitamin A, C, and E, Dave Ellis, RD, CYN 76

ABC of Cycling Nutrition Supplements, Sam Callan, CYN 77

ABC of Cycling Nutrition—Creatine, Sam Callan, CYN 81

Hydration Assessment Using the WUT System, 11(6):6

The Other Side of Dehydration, Ken Kontor, 11(6):7

Carbohydate Supplementation-Does It Help and How Much is too Much,

Asker Jeukendrup, PhD, 13(6):5

 

 

 

Other Nutrition Issues

Cycling Nutrition Questions & Answers Christina Economos, Ph.D., Debra Wein R.D. CYN 34 

RE-Cycling Research-Nutritional Considerations, Ed Burke Ph.D., CYN 45

RE-Cycling Research-Nutritional Considerations, Ed Burke Ph.D., CYN 46

Protein: The Misunderstood Macronutrient, Jill M. Strejc, MS, RD, CYN 51

Cycling Roundtable, Ask The Experts—EPO, CYN 81

Water and Salt Guidelines for Athletes, Ken Kontor, CYN 105

Principles and Practices: Periodization of Nutrition, Monique Ryan, LDN, RD,12(1):1

Heard at the Summit- Preparing for Heat and Humidity This Coming Race Season,

As Reported by Ken Kontor, 12(5):10

Avoiding heat illness by being S.M.A.R.T., 12(5):11

Female Athlete Triad: The Spectrum Approach, Lynda Ransdell, Ph.D., 13(6):7

 

 

Training Motivation, Psychology, Social

Cycling Training- Setting Goals, Audrius Barzdukas, M.Ed., CYN 12

Conditioning Psychology for Early Race Season The Key to Well-rounded Racers:  Training What You Don’t Want to Train, Sean McCann, Ph.D., CYN 16

Focusing For Time Trails, Sean McCann, Ph.D., CYN 21

Avoiding Reinjury: Mental Conditioning for Rehabilitation, Gary Hamill Ph.D. CYN 32

Yellow Jersy Series #4- Making of a Champion: Mental Challenges,

Steve Thordarson, CYN 43

Mental Periodization for Cycling- Establishing a Winning Plan, Christopher D. Stammer, CYN 46

Reading & Regulating Your Body, Gary Hamill, Ph.D., Ed.D.  CYN 51

Mental Periodization- The Base Phase, Christopher D. Stammer, CYN 53

Mental Periodization- The Intensity Phase Breaking the Enigma of Training for the Sake of Training, Christopher D. Stammer, CYN 54

Mental Periodization- The Race Phase Making Mental Imagery Work for You, Christopher D. Stammer, CYN 56

Imagery Training for Mountain Biking to Develop Competitive Action Speed, Gary C. Hamill, Ph.D., CYN 56

Mental Periodization: The 1-2-3 of Recovery

Alex Stieda and Christopher Stammer, CYN 62

Cycling Roundtable: Ask the Experts-Visualization, CYN 67

Conditioning the Mind-The SMART Way to Establishing and Achieving Training Goals, Peter Haberl, CYN 72

Body/Mind Conditioning—Dealing with The Good, The Bad, The Ugly Rides, Kristen Dieffenbach, M.S., CYN 86

Cycling Roundtable, Ask The Experts—Climbing, Part II, On the Mental Side, CYN 94

Conditioning the Mind Interview—Pre-Race Routine, Ritual and Dealing with Race Day Adversity, Kristen Dieffenbach, Ph.D., CYN 97

Periodization the Mind for Winning Cycling, Josh Horowitz, CYN 107

Approaches To Training and Conditioning Considerations Based on Gender Differences

With Kathy DeBoer, 11(4):9

Understanding and Dealing with Pain and Suffering, Guy Thibault, Ph.D., 12(5):5

Stochastic and teleoanticipation- A Different Approach to Race Planning, Guy Thibault, Ph.D., 12(6):7

 

 

Coaching Business Issues

Progressing to Elite Level Cycling Coaching: The Necessary Steps, Al Gandolfi, CYN 87

Conditioning Interview: Cyber Coaching, Richard Wharton, CYN 96

Cycling Roundtable, Ask The Experts— Last Year’s Triple Crown, CYN 102

Business of Coaching: Basic Principles, Alan Ley, CYN 104

Coaching Juniors- How to Get Started, Kristen Dieffenbach, CYN 105

Developing an Endurance, Sports-Based Training Center, Chad Andrews and Kyle Radaker, CYN 106

$Coaching Business$-Technical-Management- Entrepreneurial- The Three Skills of Running a Successful Coaching Business, Joel Friel, 11(2):1

Working as a Club Coach, Bill Wylie, 11(3):5

Developing Coaching Expertise: Moving Through the Beginning-Competent-Proficient-Expert Continuum, Kristen Dieffenbach, PhD, CC AASP, 12(4):1

Issues in Collegiate Cycling, Chris Fischer, 12(7):1

Coaching Juniors VS Junior Programs, Ryan Reel, 12(7):6

Identifying Cycling Talent-A Self Assessment, Guy Thibault, Ph.D., 13(1):5

Essentials of Software Data Management for Coaches, Dirk Friel, 13(4):4

 

 

 

Youth Issues

Issues and Questions in Youth Cycling Development #7 – Rewarding Your Athletes, Ralph Frazier & Kelli Rogan,  CYN161

Issues and Questions in Youth Cycling Development #8 – The Importance of Recruiting New Youth Cyclists: Growing the Sport, Ralph Frazier & Kelli Rogan, CYN162

Issues and Questions in Youth Cycling Development #9 – Offseason Training – Make it Fresh and Fun,  Ralph Frazier & Kelli Rogan, CYN163

Issues and Questions in Youth Cycling Development #10: Road Killer-Fast Food That Can Slow You Down? Nate Silver, CYN164

From Frazier Cycling: Issue and Questions in Youth Cycling Development #11 – The Importance of Coaching Fees for Juniors, Ralph Frazier and Kelli Rogan, CYN165

From Frazier Cycling: Issue and Questions in Youth Cycling Development #12 – The Importance of Coaching Fees for Juniors Part II, Ralph Frazier and Kelli Rogan, CYN166

From Frazier Cycling: Issue and Questions in Youth Cycling Development #13 – Overuse Injuries and Youth Cyclists, Ralph Frazier and Kelli Rogan, CYN167

 

 

 

 

Other Performance Issues

Betsy Davis National Junior Women’s Team Coach on Junior Conditioning Considerations with Becky Milot, CYN 16

Rediscovering the Glory of Youth-How to Start Racing again) after a Long Layoff, Tim Quigley, CYN 23

Committing Yourself to Cycling Excellence-A Look at the Norwegian Plan, Audrius Barzdukas M.Ed, CYN 24

7 Things You Should Know  Before Joining a Gym,       

Fred Koch, CYN 38

Interview with Al  Whaley:  World Masters Champion Sprint Cyclist

CYN 55

Conditioning Interview- Bill Edwards,  CYN 57

Cycling Roundtable: Ask the Experts, What Should a Cyclist Look for in a Coach, CYN 55

Opportunities in Developing the Young Cyclist, David Mayer-Oakes, CYN 62

Understanding Sports Vision and Implementing It Into the  Performance Conditioning Team, Dr. Jack Gardner, CYN 72

Training Camps- Which One Is Right for You, Steve Madden, CYN 67

The Three Building Blocks of Conditioning with Special Considerations to the Female Cyclist, Dean Golich,  CYN 75

Conditioning Interview-Choosing the Three Methods of Cycling Coaching for Optimal Performance Results, Joe Friel, MS, CYN 75

Building a Performance Resource Advisory Team for Optimal Conditioning, CYN 75 

Special Conditioning Considerations for Mountain Biking Training, Richard Wharton, CYN 77

Conditioning Tips- Practical Information You Can Use, CYN 77

Evolution of Training and Conditioning Practices in Cycling, Ed Burke, Ph.D., CYN 85

Cycling Roundtable, Ask The Experts— Beginning Cyclists and Common Mistakes They Make, CYN 92

U.S. Anti-Doping Agency – How It Can Make Cycling Better, Karen Casey, CYN 93

The Conditioning Continuum-Building your sport and moving your athletes to the Elite Level, Ken Kontor, CYN 94

Cycling Travel-Preparing for the Road to Get to the Road, Barney King CYN 95

How Cycling Principles, Practices and Research Can Improve Performance, Allen Lim, CYN 101

Long-term Athlete Development: Trainability in Childhood and Adolescence.

Istvan Balyi, Ph.D., 11(3):9

Distance Mountain Bike Racers: A Tale of Two Cycling Communities, Lynda Wallenfels, 13(2):9

 

Elite Cycling Conditioning Digest Features

 

Favorite Exercises of the Stars/Coaches

Favorite Cycling Strength Exercises from the Experts The Lunge), Vern Gambetta, CYN 11

Favorite Cycling Strength Exercises from the Experts Single Leg Squat), Vern Gambetta, CYN 13

Smith Machine Reverse Lunge – Gaining Leg Strength without Leg Stress, Richard Wharton, CYN 47

Favorite Exercises of the Stars-Alphonso Whaley, CYN 55 

Chris Carlson,1 1/2 to 5 minute intervals on the ergometer, CYN 62

Lance Armstrong, Lactate Threshold Workout While Climbing, CYN 63

Arnie Baker M.D., Single Leg Training, CYN 64

Barney King, Stutter Hill Workout, CYN 64

Craig Griffin, The VO2 Work Out, CYN 65

Stephan Girard, Fartlek-Speed Play Training, CYN 66

Joe Friel, VO2 Max Training at Velocity, CYN 67

            Kevin Lee Lippert, Chris Carmichaels’ Spin Cadence Test with a magnetic or wind trainer, CYN 75

Kevin Lee Lippert, Endurance Jumps, CYN 77

Richard Wharton, Alternating Push Off, CYN 77

Dean Golich, Strength/Endurance 60 RPM Uphill Intervals, CYN 77

Favorite Exercises of the Coaches, Three Minute Interval, Richard Wharton, CYN 81

Favorite Exercises of the Coaches, Weakest Link Whistle Intervals, Al Gandolfi, CYN 83

Favorite Exercises of the Stars, Season Favorites: Winter: Indoor and Outdoor Rock Climbing/Fixed Gear Riding, Spring:  Enzymatic Pathway Stimulus Training Ride Sequence, Summer: Stop Ahead Sign Sprints, Fall: Cyclo-cross, Brian Adams, CYN 84

Favorite Exercises of the Stars, Enzymatic Pathway Stimulus Training Ride Sequence, Brian Adams, CYN 85

Favorite Exercises of the Coaches, 5 Minute Ladder Workout, Tom Ehrhard, CYN 91

Favorite Exercises of the Coaches, Time Trial Warm-up Protocol, Barney King, CYN 92

Favorite Exercises of the Coach, Sean Wilson Ph.D., Criterium Race Day Warm-up, CYN 94

A Cyclist’s Guide to Learning the Squat, Eric Burkhardt, and Eric La Bombarda, CYN 106

Favorite Exercise of the Coach, Paul Fleschler, Wall/Ball Overhead Squat, CYN 107

 

Conditioning Interviews

Conditioning Interview-Chris Carlson, CYN 61

Conditioning Interview-Chris Carmichael, CYN 62

Conditioning Interview- Barney King, CYN 63

Conditioning Interview with Alex Stieda-Beginning Considerations, CYN 64

Conditioning Interview- Mountain Training Considerations

Stephan Girard, CYN 65

Conditioning Interview-Joe Friel, CYN 66

Conditioning Interview- Considerations in Track Endurance Racing,

Craig Griffin,  CYN 67

Conditioning Interview- Arnie Baker, CYN 71

Conditioning Interview- Principles of Simultaneous Multi-Component Periodization, Tom Ehrhard, CYN 72

Conditioning Interview-Rider/Coach Relationships and What it Takes to be a Cycling Coach, Pierre Hutsebaut, Director of National Programs, Canadian Cycling Association, CYN 73

Conditioning Interview-Choosing the Three Methods of Cycling Coaching for Optimal Performance Results, Joe Friel, MS, CYN 75

Conditioning Interview- Training and Coaching the Junior Rider, Barney King, CYN 76

Conditioning Interview—Message to Masters: Objective and Subjective Measurement Tools and Overcoming Adversity to Achieve World Class Results, Rick Simons, CYN 82

Conditioning Interview: Core Training for Cyclists, Steve Madden, CYN 86

Conditioning Interview- Converting to Wattage-What We Know-What We Need to Know-How We Can Learn, Tom Ehrhard,, CYN 91

Conditioning the Mind Interview—Pre-Race Routine, Ritual and Dealing with Race Day Adversity, Kristen Dieffenbach, Ph.D., CYN 97

Questions Answered

Chris Carlson, CYN 63

Arnie Baker MD, CYN 65

Questions Answered, Brian Adams, CYN 84

Questions Answered, Al Gandolfi, CYN 86

Your Questions Answered, Arnie Baker, CYN 102

Questions Answered, Guy Thibault, Ph.D., 11(6):5

Q and A-Testing, Kevin Lee Lippert, 12(3):5

Q and A-Interval Training Gains, With Guy Thibault Ph.D., 12(7):5

 

 

 

USA Cycling Coaching Continuing Education Test

USA Cycling Continuing Education Unit (CEU) #1, Using Big Gears -a Very Specific Form of Strength Training, CYN 96

USA Cycling Continuing Education Unit (CEU) #2, Fine Tuning Pedaling Skills CYN 97

CEU #3-Understanding Heart Rate—7 Questions Answered, Andrew Richard Coggan, Ph.D., CYN 101

CEU #4-Performance Advisory Board: Working With A Sport Psychology Professional, Kristen Dieffenbach, Ph.D., CYN 102

CEU #5-Three Conditioning Building Blocks with Special Consideration to Female Cyclists, Dean Golich, CYN 103

CEU #6-The Low-down on Altitude training, CYN 104

CEU #7-Overtraining and Overreach — Recognition and Prevention, Massimo Testa, MD CYN 105

CEU #8-Rationale for Using the Squat in Cycling Training, Harvey Newton, CYN 106

CEU #9- Five Golden Rules of Tapering: What Research Shows, Expert Coaches Think, Guy Thibault, Ph.D. CYN 107

CEU #10-Three Ways to Better Climbing, Guy Thibault Ph.D., 11(1):6

CEU #11- The Science of Drafting: Easy Riding in the Slipstream, Jeffrey P. Broker, Ph.D., 11(2):3

CEU #12- Cyclist Guide to Improved Aerodynamic Performance, Jeffrey P. Broker, Ph.D., 11(3):6

CEU #13- Role of a Cycling Coach: Understanding the Complexities of Cycling Through the Performance Pyramid, Al Gandolfi, 11(4):6

CEU #14- Postural Considerations Setting the Foundation in Strength and Conditioning for Cyclists, Jeb Stewart MS,  11(5):1

CEU #15- Reviewing the Basics- Energy Usage for Cycling, Trevor Dobbins, 11(6):10

(CEU) #16-Cyclist Guide to Warm-up General to Specific, Gary Bradford, 11(7):4

USA Cycling Continuing Education Unit (CEU) #17, Redefining Periodization for Cycling with Power/Wattage Training, Hunter Allen, 12(1):4

USA Cycling Continuing Education Unit (CEU) #18-Positioning Specialist: the Newest Member of the Performance Resource Advisory Team, Christopher Kautz, 12(2):8

USA Cycling Continuing Education Unit (CEU) #19-Low Back Pain in Cyclists, Andy

Pruitt, Ed.D., 12(4):9

USA Cycling Continuing Education Unit (CEU) #20-Merging Cyclo-Cross Racing with

Road and Mountain Bike Racing, Adam Myerson, 12(5):6

USA Cycling Continuing Education Unit (CEU) #21-Physiological Considerations for the Female Cyclist, Kathy Zawadzki, 12(6):6

USA Cycling Continuing Education Unit (CEU) #22-A Case Study Building Race Intensity, Joe Friel, 12(7):4

USA Cycling Continuing Education Unit (CEU) #23- Cyclist Guide to-The Principles of Tactical Racing Strategies, Chris Carmichael, 13(1):8

USA Cycling Continuing Education Unit (CEU) #24- Cyclist Guide to SAFE Plyometrics What are Plyometrics and How to Make Them Safe, Greg Brittenham, 13(2):6

USA Cycling Continuing Education Unit (CEU) #24- Periodizing Interval Training  for Peak Performance Without Overtraining, Tom Ehrhard, 13(3):6

USA Cycling Continuing Education Unit (CEU) #26- Conditioning the Mind-The SMART Way to Establishing and Achieving Training Goals, Peter Haberl,

13(4):8

USA Cycling Continuing Education Unit (CEU) #27- Combining the Multi-Factors of Periodization  for the Sprint Cyclist-Des Dickie, 13(5):9

USA Cycling Continuing Education Unit (CEU) #28- Principles of Simultaneous Multi- Component Periodization, Tom Ehrhard, 13(6):7

 

 

Performance Conditioning Cycling Back Issue Library by Issues 

Volume 1 Number 1
Planning Your Comprehensive Training Program What You Need to Know First, Roger Young, 1(1):1
The Carbohydrate Solution, Ellen Coleman, M.A., M.P.H., R.D., 1(1):2
Heart Rate Monitoring for Improved Performance, Edmund R. Burke, Ph.D., 1(1):3
Fine Tuning Pedaling Skills, Jeffrey P. Broker, Ph.D., 1(1):4
Strength Training and Cycling- Take Another Look, Vern Gambetta, 1(1):5
Favorite Cycling Strength Exercises from the Experts (The Lunge), Vern Gambetta, 1(1):6

Volume 1 Number 2

Planning Your Comprehensive Training Program Seasonal Phase Training: the Mesocycle, Roger Young, 1(2):1
Core Before Extremity, Vern Gambetta, 1(2):2
Cycling Training- Setting Goals, Audrius Barzdukas, M.Ed., 1(2):3
Try I.T. Intensity Threshold to Test Lactate Threshold, Craig Calvin Jones, 1(2):4
Cycling Medicine- Fatigue, Robert Havard, M.D., 1(2):6
Don’t Forget to Drink, Ellen Coleman, M.A., M.P.H., R.D., 1(2):8

Volume 1 Number 3

Planning Your Comprehensive Training Program Seasonal Phase Training: the Microcycle, Roger Young, 1(3):1
What the Experts Say- Australian National Team Training for You, Charlie Walsh, 1(3):2
Your Guide to Improved Aerodynamic Performance!, Aerodynamic Concerns for the Cyclist, Jeffrey P. Broker, Ph.D., 1(3):4
Stabilizing Exercises for Effective, Injury-free Aerodynamic Cycling, Reid Elam, Ph.D., A.T.,C., C.S.C.S., 1(3):6
Overtraining – Part One, Robert Havard, M.D., 1(3):7
Favorite Cycling Strength Exercises from the Experts (Single Leg Squat), Vern Gambetta, 1(3):8

Volume 1 Number 4

Planning Your Comprehensive Training Program Seasonal Phase Training: the Training Session, Roger Young, 1(4):1
Single Leg Strength A New Approach to Your Off-Season Program, Harvey Newton, M.A., C.S.C.S., 1(4):2
Cyclists Guide to Weight Training On Your Own, Part 1- Setting Goals, Ken Kontor, CAE, C.S.C.S., 1(4):3
What the Experts Say- Time Trialing Advice An Interview With Chris Carmichael, 1((4):4
Performance Conditioning for Cycling Overtraining- Part Two, Robert Havard, M.D., 1(4):5
Change Gears in the Off-Season for Improved Mountain Bike Performance, Skip Hamilton, 1(4):6

Volume 1 Number 5

Planning Your Comprehensive Training Program Seasonal Phase Training: the Endurance Base Work-out: A Look at Old School-New School Thinking and What’s Right for You, Roger Young, 1(5):1
Cyclist Guide to-Past Race Analysis & Finding Your Success Pattern, Sean McCann, Ph.D., 1(5):2
Cyclist Guide to Weight Training On Your Own- Instruction, Ken Kontor, CAE, C.S.C.S., 1(5):3
Principles of Strength Training for Cycling- Body Weight Work Before External Resistance Work, Vern Gambetta, 1(5):3
Cyclist Guide to- Preventing & Treating Exercise Induced Asthma, Robert Havard, M.D., 1(5):4
Cyclist Guide to- Vitamin Supplements, Ellen Coleman, M.A., M.P.H., R.D., 1(5):7

Volume 1 Number 6
Planning Your Comprehensive Training Program The Winning Workout, Roger Young, 1(6):1
Getting Ready- 20 Week Season Plan Made Simple!, Audrius Barzdukas, M.Ed., 1(6):2
Cyclist Guide to- Warm-up General to Specific, Gary Bradford, 1(6):3
Betsy Davis National Junior Women’s Team Coach on Junior Conditioning Considerations with Becky Milot, 1(6):4
A Parents’ Guide to- Weight Training for Cycling, Ken Kontor, CAE, C.S.C.S., 1(6):4
Cyclist Guide to- Eating Before Riding, Ellen Coleman, M.A., M.P.H., R.D., 1(6):5
Conditioning Psychology for Early Race Season The Key to Well-rounded Racers: Training What You Don’t Want to Train, Sean McCann, Ph.D., 1(6):6

Volume 1 Number 7
Getting Ready for the Season- Cycling Cadence: Some Thoughts on “Optimal” Spin Rates, Anthony P. Marsh, M.Ed., 1(7):1
This Season Avoid Overuse Injuries- The Basics, Robert Havard, M.D., 1(7):2
Creatine Cycling’s Latest Ergogenic Aid?, Dennis M. Burke, 1(7):3
This Season, Add Flexible Training to Your Cycling Program, John Walker, 1(7):4
Preparing the Stabilizing Muscles for Cycling, Vern Gambetta, 1(7):6

Volume 1 Number 8
Training Progression for Cycling- The Annual Plan, Tudor O. Bompa, Ph.D., 1(8):1
Do You Measure Up?, Altitude Training, with Nicholas Terrados, M.D., Ph.D., O.N.C.E. and Ken Kontor, CAE, C.S.C.S., 1(8):3
The Novice Cyclist’s Training Year, Joe Friel, 1(8):4
Overuse Knee Injuries- Part One, Robert Havard, M.D., 1(8):6
In-Season Tactical Advisor Post-Note Working Your Breakaway, Arnie Baker, M.D., 1(8):8

Volume 1 Number 9
Recovery Techniques for Cycling- The Hands-On Sports Massage, Rebecca Milot, 1(9):1
Overuse Knee Injuries- Part Two, Robert Havard, M.D., 1(9):2
The Science of Drafting: Easy Riding in the Slipstream, Jeffrey P. Broker, Ph.D., 1(9):4
Personal Training for Cycling- Ascending Repetitions: A Good Way to Start Weight Training, Bob Alejo, C.S.C.S., 1(9):6
Hydration & Nutrition for Recovery, Ellen Coleman, M.A., M.P.H., R.D., 1(9):7
Eating Before Riding, Ellen Coleman, M.A., M.P.H., R.D., 1(9):7

Volume 2 Number 1
Focusing For Time Trails, Sean McCann, Ph.D., 2(1):1
Performance Advisor Post-note, Training Intensity Arnie Baker, MD., 2(1):3
Training for Lactate Production and Tolerence on the Track Sharon McDowell, Ph.D., 2(1):4
Your Cycling Personal Trainer-Determining How Much Weight You Should Use: Three Choices Allen Hedrick M.A., C.S.C.S., 2(1):6
Performance Advisor Post-note, Time Trial Warm-Ups Arnie Baker, MD., 2(1):8

Volume 2 Number 2
Choosing a Resistance Training Protocol That’s Right for the Cyclist Allen Hedrick M.A., C.S.C.S., 2(2):1
From Mary Nothstien’s Personal Trainer- Annual Strength Training Model for Cycling, John F. Graham C.S.C.S., 2(2):4
Tactical Advisor Post-note, Optimum Cadence Arnie Baker, MD., 2(2):7
Performance Conditioning for Cycling Index-Volume 1

Volume 2 Number 3
Rediscovering the Glory of Youth-How to Start Racing (again) after a Long Layoff, Tim Quigley, 2(3):1
A Time to Build-Hypertrophy Strength Training Exercise Program for Cycling, John F. Graham C.S.C.S., 2(3):2
Tactical Advisor Post-note, Crankarm Length Arnie Baker, MD., 2(3):7

Volume 2 Number 4
Committing Yourself to Cycling Excellence-A Look at the Nowegian Plan, Audrius Barzdukas M.Ed, 2(4):1
An Increase in Strength-Basic Strength Training Program for Cycling, John F. Graham C.S.C.S., 2(4):2
Using Big Greas- A Very Specific Form of Strength Training, Nicholas Terrados, MD., 2(4):8

Volume 2 Number 5
Building Race Intensity-Part 1, Joe Friel, M.S., 2(5):1
A Time to Build Acceleration- Power Strength Training Program for Cycling, John F. Graham C.S.C.S., 2(5):2

Volume 2 Number 6
Building Race Intensity Part 2, Joe Friel, M.S., 2(6):1
Research Says-Weight Training Important for Endurance Cyclists, Steven Fleck, Ph.D., 2(6):2
Nutrition Recovery-Making It Part of Your Daily Training Plan, Monique Ryan, R.D., L.D., 2(6):3
A Special Time- Muscular Endurance Training Exercises for Cycling, John F. Graham C.S.C.S., 2(6):4
Volume 2 Number 7
Tapering for the Competitive Cyclist, Joseph A. Houmard, Ph.D., 2(7):1
A Time to Peak- Maintenance Strength Training for Pursuit/Road, John F. Graham C.S.C.S., 2(7):2
How to Train for the Points Race, Tim Quigley, 2(7):6

Volume 2 Number 8
Low Back Pain in Cyclists Andrew L. Pruitt Ed.D., 2(8):1
Hydration and the Use of Sports Drinks to Improve Cycling Performance, Jackie Berning, R.D., Ph.D. 2(8):3
Performance Tactics-A Beginning Racing Guide to Winning-Part 1, Steve Thordarson, 2(8):4
A Time to Soar- Maintenance Strength Training Exercises for Sprint/Kilometer Cycling, John F. Graham C.S.C.S., 2(8):6
Why do Cyclists Get Sick, Sharon McDowell, Ph.D., 2(8):7

Volume 2 Number 9
Performance Tactics-A Beginning Racing Guide to Winning-Part 2: Attacking, Steve Thordarson, 2(9):1
SRM Bicycle Instrumentation and the Power Output of Elite Male Cyclists During the 1994 Tour Dupont, Dean Golich, Jeffrey Broker Ph.D., 2(9):6
Tactical Advisor Post-note: Thresholds, Arnie Baker, MD., 2(9):7

Volume 3 Number 1
Cycling Stretching with a Partner, Gary Bradford 3(1):1
Efficiency-Cadence & Crank Length, Arnie Baker, MD 3(1):2
A Beginning Racing Guide to Winning- Part 3-Hill And Turn Attacking, Steve Thordarson 3(1):3
Volume 3 Number 2
A Beginning Racing Guide to Winning- Part 4-Blocking, Steve Thordarson 3(2):1
Avoiding Reinjury: Mental Conditioning for Rehabilitation, Gary Hamill Ph.D. 3(2):7
Performance Conditioning for Cycling Index- Volume 2

Volume 3 Number 3
A Beginning Racing Guide to Winning- Tactics Without Teammates, Steve Thordarson 3(3):1
Legs Strength For Cycling-The Philosophy And Theory, Vern Gambetta 3(3):4
Power Training for Road Racing, Joe Friel 3(3):7

Volume 3 Number 4
Spinning For Winter Mountain Bike Training, Richard Wharton 3(4):1
Going For Your First Spin With Or Without The Spinner, Ed Burke Ph.D. 3(4):2
Cycling Nutrition Questions & Answers Christina Economos, Ph.D., Debra Wein R.D. 3(4):3
Your First Weight Training Program For Cycling, Arnie Baker 3(4):4
Hill Running and Jump Training, Steve Javorek 3(4):7

Volume 3 Number 5
Part 1-Preparatory Circuit for Cycling, Steve Javorek 3(5):1
Jump Rope for Cross Training Power and Endurance, Buddy Lee 3(5):4
Practical Nutrition for Cyclists-Balance is Key, Jill Strejc R.D. 3(5):5

Volume 3 Number 6
Part 2-Preparatory Circuit for Cycling, Steve Javorek 3(6):1
Developing Racing Strategy And Tactics, Henny Top 3(6):3
Cyclist Guide to Classification and Planning of Workouts, Arnie Baker M.D. 3(6):4
Re-Cycling Research- Training and Illness 3(6):8

Volume 3 Number 7
Field Testing For Mountain And Road Performance, Eric Reid 3(7):1
On-Bike Speed Development for the Road Rider, Tim Quigley 3(7):3
What is Eastern Bloc Training Anyway? Lessons From A Sports Machine 3(7):4
Finding Your One Repetition Maximum (1-RM), Steve Javorek 3(7):5
In-season Tactical Advisor Post-note Successful Breakaways, Arnie Baker 3(7):6
Fluid Balance in Endurance Cyclists, Jill Strejc R.D. 3(7):7

Volume 3 Number 8
Cycling Roundtable: Ask the Experts, 3(8):1
Cyclists Nutrition Guide to Evaluating Sports Nutrition Products
Edmund R. Burke, Ph.D., 3(8):3
Understanding Energy Usage for Cycling, Trevor Dobbins, 3(8):4
In-Season Tactical Advisor-Criterium Solo Breakaways, Arnie Baker, M.D., 3(8):6A Cyclist Guide-
7 Things You Should Know Before Joining a Gym,
Fred Koch, 3(8):7

Volume 3 Number 9
Interval Training for On-Bike Recovery, Power and Endurance-
8 Week Stage Race Plan, Steve Madden, 3(9):1
Cycling Roundtable: Ask the Experts, 3(9):2
Yellow Jersey Series- Making of a Champion and the Physical Demands of What it Takes, Steve Thordarson, 3(9):4

Volume 4 Number 1
Cycling Roundtable: Ask the Experts, 4(1):1
Preparation for a Major Road Race Event, Steve Madden, 4(1):2
Female Cyclist and Calcium-What You Need to Know, Bob Keith Ph.D., 4(1):5
RE-Cycling Research, Ed Burke Ph.D., 4(1):5
Yellow Jersey Series #2- Making of a Champion: Gearing for Speed with Power and Strength Requirements, Steve Thordarson, 4(1):6
What Parents Need to Know About Developing the Junior Rider,
Trevor Dobbins, 4(1):10
Preformance Conditioning for Cycling Index- Volume 3, 4(1):12

Volume 4 Number 2
Cycling Roundtable: Ask the Experts, 4(2):1
Lessons From the Demands of Elite X-C MTB Racing Trevor Dobbins, 4(2):3
1998 Your Best Year Yet, Arnie Baker, M.D., 4(2):5
Yellow Jersy Series #3- Making of a Champion: Grearing for Speed with Power and Strength Requirements, Steve Thordarson, 4(2):7
RE-Cycling Research, Ed Burke Ph.D., 4(2):9
Converting Strength to Muscular Endurance- High Repetition Weight Training Plan, Fred Koch, 4(2):10

Volume 4 Number 3
Cycling Roundtable: Ask the Experts, 4(3):1
How To: Developing a Training Log That Works for You,
Gary Achterberg, 4(3):3
Yellow Jersy Series #4- Making of a Champion: Mental Challenges,
Steve Thordarson, 4(3):4
Non-Traditional Weight Training for the Endurance Road and Mountain Cyclists, Steve Madden, 4(3):7
Traditional Weight Training- Is It Necessary for the Endurance Cyclists? Trevor Dobbins, 4(3):10
A Review of the Role of Lactate and Cycling, Edmund R. Burke, Ph.D., 4(3):11
RE-Cycling Research, Ed Burke Ph.D., 4(3):11

Volume 4 Number 4
Cycling Roundtable: Ask the Experts, 4(4):1
World Championship Downhill Racing-Observations from Sports Science with Training Applications, Trevor Dobbins, 4(4):4
Stationary Trainer Workouts- Four to Add to Your Training Arsenal, Arnie Baker, MD., 4(4):6
The Dollars and Sense of Aerodynamics, Greg Combs, 4(4):8
How Your Body Works During Cycling, Sean Wilson, 4(4):10

Volume 4 Number 5
Cycling Roundtable: Ask the Experts, 4(5):1
Physiological Considerations for the Female Cyclist, Kathy Zawadzki, 4(5):4
Periodizing Interval Training for Peak Performance Without Overtraining, Tom Ehrhard, 4(5):6
Bicycle Medicine and Science-1997 in Review, Arnie Baker, 4(5):9
RE-Cycling Research-Nutritional Considerations, Ed Burke Ph.D.,
4(5):12

Volume 4 Number 6
Cycling Roundtable: Ask the Experts, 4(6):1
Mental Periodization for Cycling- Establishing a Winning Plan, Christopher D. Stammer, 4(6):4
RE-Cycling Research-Nutritional Considerations, Ed Burke Ph.D.,
4(6):5
Winning Sprinting by Combining Techniques, Conditioning and Tactics, Kevin Lippert, 4(6):6
Interval Turbo Training- Changes in Heart Rate Based on Environmental Conditions, Trevor Dobbins, 4(6):9

Volume 4 Number 7
Cycling Roundtable: Ask the Experts, 4(7):1
The How’s and Why’s of Cycling Specific Testing to Improve Performance, Sean Drake, 4(7):2
Climbing-Making to the Top, Kevin Lippert, 4(7):5
Smith Machine Reverse Lunge – Gaining Leg Strength without Leg Stress, Richard Wharton, 4(7):8
Volume 5 Number 1
Cycling Roundtable: Ask the Experts, 5(1):1
Exercises to Prevent Cycling Related Back Problems,
Dr. Michael Yessis Ph.D., 5(1):2
Understanding Training Intensities to Help You Plan, Gary Pallett, 5(1):5
Reading & Regulating Your Body, Gary Hamill, Ph.D., Ed.D. 5(1):9
Road Racing: Aerobic and Anaerobic Power for Peak Performance,
Patrick O’Shea, Ed.D., 5(1):10
Protein: The Misunderstood Macronutrient, Jill M. Strejc, MS, RD, 5(1):11
Preformance Conditioning for Cycling Index- Volume 4, 5(1):12

Volume 5 Number 2
Cycling Roundtable: Ask the Experts, 5(2):1
The Race of Truth: Winning Strategies for the Individual Time Trail,
Steve Madden, 5(2):4
Strength Training Exercise Program for Cycling-Building the Base,
John Graham, CSCS, 5(2):6
Mt. Bike Research Project ’97: The Results, Rebecca Milot-Bradford, MBS and Sharon McDowell, Ph.D., 5(2):9
Training Adaptations in Cycling- How They Work, Kathy Zawadzki, 5(2):11

Volume 5 Number 3
Cycling Roundtable: Ask the Experts, 5(3):1
1998 Bicycle Medicine and Science Review
Arnie Baker, MD, 5(3):4
Strength-Training Exercise Program for Cycling-Increasing Strength, John Graham, CSCS, 5(3):6
Mental Periodization- The Base Phase, Christopher D. Stammer, 5(3):8
Winter Preparation: what to do this year
Phil Sanders, 5(3):9

Volume 5 Number 4
Cycling Roundtable: Ask the Experts, 5(4):1
Spring Training for Cyclists: Beginning Another Season, Steve Madden, 5(4):4
Power Strength Training Program for Cycling-The Final Prepatory Phase, John Graham, CSCS, 5(4):6
Mental Periodization- The Intensity Phase Breaking the Enigma of Training for the Sake of Training, Christopher D. Stammer, 5(4):8
Late Winter/Early Season Training, Phil Sanders, 5(4):9

Volume 5 Number 5
Cycling Roundtable: Ask the Experts, 5(5):1
Preparing for a High-Altitude Bike Race, Joe Friel, 5(5):4
Using Your Computrainer to Assess Anaerobic Power
Dr. Daniel Carey, Ph.D., and Dr. Dave LaPort, Ph.D., 5(5):5
Interview with Al Whaley: World Masters Champion Sprint Cyclist
5(5):6
Favorite Exercises of the Stars-Alphonso Whaley, 5(5):8
Early Season Tips, Phil Sanders, 5(5):9

Volume 5 Number 6
Cycling Roundtable: Ask the Experts, 5(6):1
“Crash” Training-Playing the Hard-Easy Game, Joe Friel, 5(6):4
In Season Tips, Phil Sanders, 5(6):5
Power Strength Training Program for Cycling-Peak Competitive Training, John Graham, CSCS, 5(6):6
Mental Periodization- The Race Phase Making Mental Imagery Work for You, Christopher D. Stammer, 5(6):7
Creatine Supplementation Guidelines for the Power Cyclist
David Ellis, C.S.C.S., L.M.N.T., 5(6):8
Imagery Training for Mountain Biking to Develop Competitive Action Speed, Gary C. Hamill, Ph.D., 5(6):11

Volume 5 Number 7
Cycling Roundtable: Ask the Experts, 5(7):1
Fitting a Road Bike Positioning for Top Performance
Kevin Lee Lippert, 5(7):4
Conditioning Interview- Bill Edwards, 5(7):6
RE-Cycling Research, Ed Burke Ph.D., 5(7):11

Volume 6 Number 1
Roundtable: Ask the Experts- Coaching Decisions for the Off-season, 6(1):1
Bike Fit Tips to Injury Free Top Performance-Working the Problem Areas, Kevin Lee Lippert 6(1):3
Conditioning Interview: Chris Carlson, 6(1):5
Specific Shoulder Training for Obstacle Clearing, Richard Wharton, 6(1):8
Performance Conditioning Cycling Index- Volume 5, 6(1):12

Volume 6 Number 2
Strength Training for Cycling- Rational for Single Legged Work and Year Round Training, Vern Gambetta, 6(2):1
Mental Periodization: The 1-2-3 of Recovery, Alex Stieda and Christopher Stammer
6(2):3
Positioning Considerations, Steven W. Madden, 6(2):4
Conditioning Interview-Chris Carmichael, 6(2):5
Favorite Exercises of the Stars, Chris Carlson, 1 ½ to 5 minutes interval on the ergometer, 6(2):7
Strength Training Program for Cycling-Transition Phase, John Graham, 6(2):9
Opportunities in Developing the Young Cyclist, David Mayer-Oakes, 6(2):10

Volume 6 Number 3
Roundtable: Coaching Decisions for Correcting Poor Bike
Positioning/Mechanics with Specific Considerations, 6(3):1
Understanding Core Training and Its Importance to Cycling, Vern Gambetta, 6(3):4
Conditioning Interview- Barney King, USA Cycling Elite Coach, 6(3):5
Favorite Exercises of the Stars Lance Armstrong, Lactate Threshold Workout While Climbing, 6(3):8
Questions Answered: Chris Carlson USA Cycling Master Athlete of the Year, 6(3):8
Bicycle Medicine and Science Review for 1999, Arnie Baker, MD
6(3):9

Volume 6 Number 4
Roundtable: Ask the Experts-spinning, 6(4):1
Check Points for Efficient and Effective Time Trailing, Barney King, 6(3):2
Sprint and Jump Training for Improved Performance, Edmund R. Burke, Ph.D.
6(3):3
Nutrition Bars – Power or Junk Food? Barbara Day, 6(3):4
Conditioning Interview- Conditioning Interview with Alex Stieda- Beginning Considerations, 6(3):5
Coaches Favorite Exercises- Arnie Baker M.D, Single Leg Training, 6(3):7
Favorite Exercises of the Coaches-Barney King, Stutter Hill Workout, 6(3):8
Bicycle Medicine and Science Review for 1999-Part 2, Arnie Baker, MD, 6(3):9

Volume 6 Number 5
Cycling Roundtable: Ask the Experts-Relationship of Skill and Fitness/Conditioning, 6(5):1
Principles of Hydration for the Cyclist,
Sam Callan, 6(5):4
Conditioning Interview- Mountain Training Considerations
Stephan Girard, 6(5):5
Favorite Exercises of the Coaches-The VO2 Work Out,
Craig Griffin, 6(5):6
Questions and Answers- Arnie Baker MD, 6(5):8
Cyclists Guide to Training the Core/Trunk
Allen Hedrick, M.A., 6(5):8

Volume 6 Number 6
Cycling Roundtable: Ask the Experts-Tapering, 6(6):1
The Cyclist Caloric and Food Needs
Sam Callan, 6(6):3
Conditioning Interview-Joe Friel 6(6):5
Favorite Exercises of the Coaches-Stephan Girard, Fartlek-Speed Play Training, 6(6):8
Cyclists Guide to Training the Core/Trunk Part 2,
Allen Hedrick, M.A., 6(6):9

Volume 6 Number 7
Cycling Roundtable: Ask the Experts-Visualization, 6(7):1
Strength training for Cycling- Lift Like an Athlete,
Patrick O’Shea Ed.D. with Tom Justice, 6(7):4
Conditioning Interview- Considerations in Track Endurance Racing,
Craig Griffin, 6(7):5
Favorite Exercises of the Coaches-Joe Friel, VO2 Max Training at Velocity, 6(7):7
Training Camps- Which One Is Right for You, Steve Madden, 6(7):11

Volume 7 Number 1
Cycling Roundtable: Ask the Experts-Training Courses and Routes, 7(1):1
Conditioning Interview-Combining the Multi-Factors of Periodization for the Sprint Cyclist-Des Dickie, 7(1):5
Conditioning Interview-Arnie Baker, 7(1):8
Course Design for the Improvement of Anaerobic Power for Master Cyclists, Patrick O’Shea, Ed.D., 7(1):11
Preformance Conditioning for Cycling Index- Volume 6, 7(1):12

Volume 7 Number 2
Cycling Roundtable: Ask the Experts-Beyond the Big Gears-On Bike External Resistance Training, 7(2):1
Conditioning the Mind- The SMART Way to Establishing and Achieving Training Goals, Peter Haberl, 7(2):3
Next Season Avoid Muscle Mass Loss With This Time-Effective, Total Body Strength/Power Program, Patrick O’Shea, Ed.D., 7(2):4
Conditioning Interview- Principles of Simultaneous Multi- Component Periodization, Tom Ehrhard, 7(2):5
Understanding Sports Vision and Implementing It Into the Performance Conditioning Team, Dr. Jack Gardner, 7(2):9
Warm-up Program Prior to the Mountain Bike Race
Tom Erhard, 7(2):10
How Cyclist Should Feed Themselves, Sam Callan, 7(2):10

Volume 7 Number 3
Cycling Roundtable: Ask the Experts- Group Rides and Training, 7(3):1
Fitting Group Training Into a Year Round Plan, Sean O’Shea, 7(3):4
Conditioning Interview-Rider/Coach Relationships and What it Takes to be a Cycling Coach, Pierre Hutsebaut, 7(3):5
Next Season Avoid Muscle Mass Loss With This Time-Effective, Total Body Strength/Power Program, Patrick O’Shea, Ed.D., 7(3):8
ABC of Cycling Nutrition-Macronutrients, Sam Callan, 7(3):9

Volume 7 Number 4
Cycling Roundtable: Ask the Experts-Tempo Training, 7(4):1
Principles in Conditioning- Understanding and Training the Three Planes of Movement, Vern Gambetta, 7(4):4
Conditioning Interview- Holistic Approach to Risk vs. Benefit Training
Kevin Lee Lippert, 7(4):5
Dynamic Flexibility Training for the Cyclist, Allen Hedrick, M.A., 7(4):8
ABC of Cycling Nutrition-Micronutrients, Sam Callan, 7(4):11

Volume 7 Number 5
Cycling Roundtable: Ask the Experts-Cycling Skills Under Fatigue, 7(5):1
The Three Building Blocks of Conditioning with Special Considerations to the Female Cyclist, Dean Golich, 7(5):4
Conditioning Interview-Choosing the Three Methods of Cycling Coaching for Optimal Performance Results, Joe Friel, MS, 7(5):5
Favorite Exercises of the Coaches-Chris Carmichaels’ Spin Cadence Test with a magnetic or wind trainer, Kevin Lee Lippert, 7(5):7
Building a Performance Resource Advisory Team for Optimal Conditioning, 7(5):7
ABC of Cycling Nutrition-Minerals, Sam Callan, 7(5):8

Volume 7 Number 6
Cycling Roundtable: Ask the Experts-I was wondering how many days I should rest prior to a race? Should I train up to the day before?, 7(6):1
Establishing a Beginning 12 Week Criterium Program
with Richard Wharton, 7(6):4
Conditioning Interview- Training and Coaching the Junior Rider, Barney King, 7(6):5
Fueling Tactics 3 Winning Steps to Performance Eating-
Step One-Stress Reduction Through Natural Sources of Vitamin A, C, and E, Dave Ellis, RD, 7(6):8
Program Design-Methods in Improving Athletic Performance Through Strength Training, Allen Hedrick, M.A., 7(6):10

Volume 7 Number 7
Coaches Comments, 7(7):1
Understanding Heart Rate for Cycling, Kevin Lee Lippert, 7(7):2
Special Conditioning Considerations for Mountain Biking Training, Richard Wharton, 7(7):3
Program Design-Adding Variety to Your Strength Training Mehtods, Allen Hedrick, M.A., 7(7):4
Favorite Exercises of Mountain Bike Coaches, 7(7):5
ABC of Cycling Nutrition Supplements, Sam Callan, 7(7):6
Fueling Tactics: Three Winning Steps to Performance Eating-
Step Two-Alter Your Carbohydrate Intake Relative To Your Activity,
Dave Ellis, RD, 7(7):7
Overcoming Pain Induced from the Formation of Lactic Acid Build (LABIP) in Cycling, Edmund R. Burke, Ph.D., 7(7):9
Cyclist Guide to SAFE Plyometrics-Part 1
What are Plyometrics and How to Make Them Safe, Greg Brittenham, Strength and Conditioning Coach, New York Knicks, 7(7):10
Conditioning Tips- Practical Information You Can Use, 7(7):11

Volume 8 Number 1
Cycling Roundtable, Ask The Experts—EPO, 8(1):1
Positioning Specialist: The Newest Member of a Performance Resource Advisory Team, Christopher Kautz, 8(1):3
Favorite Exercises of the Coaches, Richard Wharton, 8(1):5
ABC of Cycling Nutrition—Creatine, Sam Callan, 8(1):5
Fueling Tactics: Three Winning Steps to Performance Eating—Step Three, Select a Lean Protein Source, Dave Ellis, RD, 8(1):6
Cyclist Guide to SAFE Plyometrics, Part 2: Setting Up the Program, Greg Brittenham, 8(1):8
Performance Condition Cycling Index, Volume 7, 8(1):12

Volume 8 Number 2
Cycling Roundtable, Ask The Experts—Soft Tissue Imbalances and Inflexibility, 8(2):1
Cycling Resource Advisory Team: Soft Tissue Specialists and Their Role in Bike Positioning and Performance, Dr. Ernie Ferrel, 8(2):4
Conditioning Interview—Message to Masters: Objective and Subjective Measurement Tools and Overcoming Adversity to Achieve World Class Results, Rick Simons, 8(2):5
Plyometrics for Cycling, Becky Milot, 8(2):11

Volume 8 Number 3
Cycling Roundtable, Ask The Experts—Creating Separation to Avoid Opponent Drafting, 8(3):1
Breaking Through the Metabolic Barrier with Flexibility Training, John Howard, 8(3):3
Favorite Exercises of the Coaches, Al Gandolfi, 8(3):5
2001 Bicycle Medicine and Science Year in Review—Part One, Arnie Baker, MD, 8(3):7

Volume 8 Number 4
Cycling Roundtable, Ask The Experts—On-bike, Single-leg Training, 8(4):1
2001 Bicycle Medicine and Science Year in Review—Part Two, Arnie Baker, M.D., 8(4):3
Favorite Exercises of the Stars, Brian Adams, 8(4):5
Questions Answered, 8(4):5
Role of a Cycling Coach: Understanding the Complexities of Cycling Through the Performance Pyramid, Al Gandolfi, 8(4):9

Volume 8 Number 5
Cycling Roundtable, Ask The Experts—Surviving the Season, 8(5):1
Evolution of Training and Conditioning Practices in Cycling, Ed Burke, Ph.D., 8(5):3
Favorite Exercises of the Stars, Brian Adams, 8(5):5
Choosing a Sports Medicine Physician for Your cycling Resource Advisory Team, Arnie Baker, M.D., 8(5):7
Guidelines to Progressing Up the Ranks of Competitive Cycling Through Selective Neovascularization and Neuromuscular Facilitation Training, Brian Adams, M.S., 8(5):8

Volume 8 Number 6
Overtraining and Overreach, Recognition and Prevention, Massimo Tests, M.D., 8(6):1
How to Introduce Strength Training to Young Cyclists Ages 13-15, Dana Healy, 8(6):3
Conditioning Interview: Core Training for Cyclists, Steve Madden, 8(6):5
Questions Answered, Al Gandolfi, 8(6):6
Planning Your Eating: How to Periodize Nutrition for Improved Performance, Dave Ellis, R.D., 8(6):7
Body/Mind Conditioning—Dealing with The Good, The Bad, The Ugly Rides, Kristen Dieffenbach, M.S., 8(6):10

Volume 8 Number 7
Cycling Roundtable, Ask The Experts—What’s with Watts?, 8(7):1
Strength Training Scheduling Issues for Elite Level Cyclists, Dana Healy, 8(7):3
New Uses for Power Measurement Devices, Richard Wharton, 8(7):5
Cardiology 101: Overview of the Cardio/Pulmonary System and its Application to Cycling Training, Brian Adams, 8(7):6
Progressing to Elite Level Cycling Coaching: The Necessary Steps, Al Gandolfi, 8(7):10

Volume 9 Number 1
Cycling Roundtable, Ask The Experts— The Law of Diminishing Returns, 9(1):1
Principles and Practices of Interval Training for the Cyclist, Barney King, 9(1):3
Favorite Exercises of the Coaches, 5 Minute Ladder Workout, Tom Ehrhard, 9(1):5
Conditioning Interview- Converting to Wattage-What We Know-What We Need to Know-How We Can Learn, Tom Ehrhard,, 9(1):5
Performance Condition Cycling Index, Volume 8, 9(1):12

Volume 9 Number 2
Cycling Roundtable, Ask The Experts— Beginning Cyclists and Common Mistakes They Make, 9(2):1
Integrating the Time Trial Bike into a Training Plan, Barney King, 9(2):4
Favorite Exercises of the Coaches, Time Trial Warm-up Protocol, Barney King, 9(2):5
Biochemistry and its Application to Cycling Training, Brian Adams, 9(2):6

Volume 9 Number 3
Cycling Roundtable, Ask The Experts—The Physical Side of Climbing, 9(3):1
Combining Bike Fit, Mobility and Flexibility to Increase Functional On-bike Performance, Brad Yantzer, 9(3):4
Conditioning Interview – Principles of Cycling Periodization, Sean Wilson Ph.D., 9(3):5
U.S. Anti-Doping Agency – How It Can Make Cycling Better, Karen Casey, 9(3):8

Volume 9 Number 4
Cycling Roundtable, Ask The Experts—Climbing, Part II, On the Mental Side, 9(4):1
Cycling Conditioning: The Over Emphasis on the Metabolic Systems — a Case for High Intensity Training, Sean Wilson Ph.D., 9(4):3
The Anatomy of the Bike Fit, Paul Levine, 9(4):5
Favorite Exercises of the Coach, Sean Wilson Ph.D., Criterium Race Day Warm-up, 9(4):5
The Conditioning Continuum™-Building your sport and moving your athletes to the Elite Level, Ken Kontor, 9(4):8
Bicycling Sports Medicine in Review, Arnie Baker MD, 9(4):9
Volume 9 Number 5
Cycling Roundtable, Ask The Experts— Climbing Part III, Tactics and Strategy, 9(5):1
Conditioning for Positioning, Christopher Kautz, 9(5):3
Proper Use of Selectorized Exercise Machines to Improve Acceleration and Power, John Rewolinski, 9(5):5
Cycling Travel-Preparing for the Road to Get to the Road, Barney King 9(5):7
Bicycling Sports Medicine in Review, Part II Arnie Baker MD, 9(5):9
Volume 9 Number 6
Cycling Roundtable, Ask The Experts—The Physical Side of an End of Race Sprint, 9(6):1
Off-Bike Strength, Dynamic Flexibility and Power Training Methods Using Portable, Affordable Training Tool, Harvey Newton, 9(6):3
Conditioning Interview: Cyber Coaching, Richard Wharton, 9(6):5
A Guide to Affordable, Portable Cycling Conditioning Products, John Hajewski
9(6):9
USA Cycling Continuing Education Unit (CEU) #1, Using Big Gears -a Very Specific Form of Strength Training, 9(6):11
Volume 9 Number 7
USA Cycling Continuing Education Unit (CEU) #2, Fine Tuning Pedaling Skills, 9(7):1
Classification of Cycling On-Bike Exercises: Building Your Training Menu, Steve Madden, 9(7):3
Conditioning the Mind Interview—Pre-Race Routine, Ritual and Dealing with Race Day Adversity, Kristen Dieffenbach, Ph.D., 9(7):1
Volume 10 Number 1
Cycling Roundtable, Ask The Experts— Pre-race Rituals, 10(1):1
Athletic-type Strength Training & Interval Weight Training: The Leading Edge in High-end Bike Racing, Patrick O’Shea, Ed.D., 10(1):4
How Cycling Principles, Practices and Research Can Improve Performance, Allen Lim, 10(1):5
CEU #3-Understanding Heart Rate—7 Questions Answered, Andrew Richard Coggan, Ph.D., 10(1):8
Performance Condition Cycling Index, Volume 9, 10(1):12

Volume 10 Number 2
Cycling Roundtable, Ask The Experts— Last Year’s Triple Crown, 10(2):1
Medical Reasons for Reduced Power Production, Arnie Baker, M.D., 10(2):3
Your Questions Answered, Arnie Baker, 10(2):5
Stretching the Truth-What the Latest Research Says About Static Stretching, Ken Kontor, 10(2):5
CEU #4-Performance Advisory Board: Working With A Sport Psychology Professional, Kristen Dieffenbach, Ph.D., 10(2):7
No Cost No Equipment Strength Training-Manual Resistance Partner Training
Program, Ed Ellis, 10(2):10
Volume 10 Number 3
Training With Power-A Coach’s Perspective Part 1- Power Measuring Guidelines,
Jeb Stewart MS, 10(3):1
A Model for More Efficient Interval Training on a Power Output Feedback System–Part one, Guy Thibault, Ph.D., 10(3):7
CEU #5-Three Conditioning Building Blocks with Special Consideration to Female Cyclists, Dean Golich, 10(3):9
Volume 10 Number 4
Ride or Rest—Managing Injury, Arnie Baker, M.D., 10(4):1
A Model for More Efficient Interval Training on a Power Output Feedback System–Part Two, Guy Thibault, Ph.D., 10(4):3
Business of Coaching: Basic Principles, Alan Ley, 10(4):5
Training With Power-A Coach’s Perspective
Part 2- How to Use Power Measuring Devices, Jeb Stewart MS, 10(4):7
CEU #6-The Low-down on Altitude training, 10(4):10
Volume 10 Number 5
Power-based vs. HR-based training: advantages and disadvantages, Andrew Richard Coggan, Ph.D., 10(5):1
Tactical Alternative Uses for a Power-Meter System, Steve Thordarson , 10(5):3
Coaches Role in the Injury Rehab, Kristen Dieffenbach, PhD. 10(5):5
Water and Salt Guidelines for Athletes, Ken Kontor, 10(5):7
CEU #7-Overtraining and Overreach — Recognition and Prevention, Massimo Testa, MD
10(5):7
Coaching Juniors- How to Get Started, Kristen Dieffenbach, 10(5):9

Volume 10 Number 6
CEU #8-Rationale for Using the Squat in Cycling Training, Harvey Newton, 10(6):1
Developing an Endurance, Sports-Based Training Center, Chad Andrews and Kyle Radaker, 10(6):3
What Coaches Should Know About Endurance Athletes Who Collapse, 10(6):8
A Guide to Affordable, Portable Cycling Conditioning Products, John Hajewski
9(6):9
A Cyclist’s Guide to Learning the Squat, Eric Burkhardt, and Eric La Bombarda, 10(6):9
Volume 10 Number 7
Cycling Knee Pain Prevention, Bernard Condevaux, PT, 10(7):1
The Four Critical Aspects of Bike Fit—Updating Classic Cycling Literature, Andy Pruitt, Ed.D., 10(7):3
Favorite Exercise of the Coach, Paul Fleschler, Wall/Ball Overhead Squat, 10(7):5
CEU #9- Five Golden Rules of Tapering: What Research Shows, Expert Coaches Think, Guy Thibault, Ph.D. 10(7):6
Periodization the Mind for Winning Cycling, Josh Horowitz, 10(7):9

Volume 11 Number 1
Coaching Perspective: The Triad of Cycling Back Pain Prevention, Bernard Condevaux, PT, 11(1):1
Cycling Team Strategies for Cold Weather Climate, Off-season Conditioning
Marco Vasquez, 11(1):5
CEU #10-Three Ways to Better Climbing, Guy Thibault Ph.D., 11(1):6
Correct Body Mechanics BEFORE Correct Techniques: What You Need to Know Before Starting a Strength Program, Mike Arthur, M.S.C.C. 11(1):8

Volume 11 Number 2
$Coaching Business$-Technical-Management- Entrepreneurial- The Three Skills of Running a Successful Coaching Business, Joel Friel, 11(2):1
CEU #11- The Science of Drafting: Easy Riding in the Slipstream, Jeffrey P. Broker, Ph.D., 11(2):3
RE-Cycling Research Tested : Rotor crankset, Guy Thibault, Ph.D., 11(2):5
Standing Trunk Training, Allen Hedrick, 11(2):8
Volume 11 Number 3
Understanding the Role of Lactic Acid In Cycling- Is It Really That Bad?, Guy Thibault, Ph.D., 11(3):1
Working as a Club Coach, Bill Wylie, 11(3):5
CEU #12- Cyclist Guide to Improved Aerodynamic Performance, Jeffrey P. Broker, Ph.D., 11(3):6
Long-term Athlete Development: Trainability in Childhood and Adolescence.
Istvan Balyi, Ph.D., 11(3):9

Volume 11 Number 4
New Innovations in Power Meter Use—The Training Stress Balance Approach to Cycling Training, Hunter Allen, 11(4):1
Off-Bike Sprinting Power Improvement: Appling National Jr. Team Programming to Your Situation, Patrick Borkowski, 11(4):3
RE-Cycling Research-Attracting European pro cyclists to race in America: the jet lag issue, Guy Thibault, Ph.D., 11(4):5
CEU #13- Role of a Cycling Coach: Understanding the Complexities of Cycling Through the Performance Pyramid, Al Gandolfi, 11(4):6
Approaches To Training and Conditioning Considerations Based on Gender Differences
With Kathy DeBoer, 11(4):9

Volume 11 Number 5
CEU #14- Postural Considerations Setting the Foundation in Strength and Conditioning for Cyclists, Jeb Stewart MS, 11(5):1
Lessons from the USA Cycling, Off-Bike Coaching Clinic, Peter Melanson, M.S., 11(5):5
Off-Bike Sprinting Power Improvement: Appling National Jr. Team Programming to Your Situation-Training Tables, Patrick Borkowski, 11(5):10

Volume 11 Number 6
Long Slow Distance- LSD Avoiding the Beginning Cyclist “Drug” of Choice
Guy Thibault, Ph.D., 11(6):1
Postural Considerations Setting the Foundation in Strength and Conditioning for Cyclists, Part 2, Jeb Stewart MS, 11(6):4
Questions Answered, Guy Thibault, Ph.D., 11(6):5
Hydration Assessment Using the WUT System, 11(6):6
The Other Side of Dehydration, Ken Kontor, 11(6):7
CEU #15- Reviewing the Basics- Energy Usage for Cycling, Trevor Dobbins, 11(6):10

Volume 11 Number 7
Postural Considerations Setting the Foundation in Strength and Conditioning for Cyclists, Part 3, Jeb Stewart MS, 11(7):1
(CEU) #16-Cyclist Guide to Warm-up General to Specific, Gary Bradford, 11(7):4
A Coach’s Guide to Bike Fit Professionals, Laurin Stennis, 11(7):5
Yoga Training For Endurance Athletes, Steve Tarpinian, 11(7):6
Five Exercises to develop the Youth Athlete Posterior Chain, Robert L. Brown, 11(7):8
Fighting Fatigue, 11(7):10

Volume 12 Number 1
Principles and Practices: Periodization of Nutrition, Monique Ryan, LDN, RD,12(1):1
USA Cycling Continuing Education Unit (CEU) #17, Redefining Periodization for Cycling with Power/Wattage Training, Hunter Allen, 12(1):4
Road versus Cyclocross Bike Set Up, Laurin Stennis, MSW, LCSW, 12(1):5
Physical Development Guidelines for Introducing the Olympic Style Lifts to Athletes,
Paul Fleschler, 12(1):8
Performance Conditioning Cycling, Index Volume 11, 12(1):12

Volume 12 Number 2
Following the 6 R’s -A Coach’s Guide to Bike Crash Emergency Care, Richard Tallberg, 12(2):1
Introducing the Power Pull: Enjoying the Benefits of Explosive Lifting for Track Cyclists Without the Risks and Hassles, Harvey S. Newton, 12(2):3
A Simple Test for Proper Aerodynamics and Bike Fit, Laurin Stennis, MSW, LCSW, 12(2):5
USA Cycling Continuing Education Unit (CEU) #18-Positioning Specialist: the Newest Member of the Performance Resource Advisory Team, Christopher Kautz, 12(2):8
Exploring the Myths of Conditioning-The Fallacy Training the Stabilizer Muscles, Dr. Tudor Bompa, 12(2):10
Volume 12 Number 3
Conditioning Interview-An Endurance Coaches Guide to Understanding and Working with a Physician, Bradley Abrahamson, MD, 12(3):1
The On and Off Muscles of Cycling: How They Affect Performance, Bernard Condevaux, PT, 12(3):3
Q and A-Testing, Kevin Lee Lippert, 12(3):5
First Time Strength Training Program for Female Athletes, Robert L. Brown, 12(3):8

Volume 12 Number 4
Developing Coaching Expertise: Moving Through the Beginning-Competent-Proficient-Expert Continuum, Kristen Dieffenbach, PhD, CC AASP, 12(4):1
Overreaching vs. Overtraining-Understanding the Difference, Randall L. Wilber, PhD, FACSM, 12(4):2
Cold Weather Cyclists Preparation for Warm Weather Winter Training Courses, Guy Thibault, Ph.D., 12(4):5
Periodization of Sprint Cycling with Considerations for Endurance Cyclists,
Clay Worthington, 12(4):6
USA Cycling Continuing Education Unit (CEU) #19-Low Back Pain in Cyclists, Andy Pruitt, Ed.D., 12(4):9

Volume 12 Number 5
Coaching and Rider Consideration in Transitioning from the Road to the Track-Endurance Competition ,Colby Pearce, 12(5):1
Exploring the Myths of Conditioning-The fallacy of core strength, Dr. Tudor Bompa, 12(5):4
Understanding and Dealing with Pain and Suffering, Guy Thibault, Ph.D., 12(5):5
USA Cycling Continuing Education Unit (CEU) #20-Merging Cyclo-Cross Racing with Road and Mountain Bike Racing, Adam Myerson, 12(5):6
Heard at the Summit- Preparing for Heat and Humidity This Coming Race Season,
As Reported by Ken Kontor, 12(5):10
Avoiding heat illness by being S.M.A.R.T., 12(5):11

Volume 12 Number 6
Intervals: The Building Blocks of a Fitness Foundation, Stephen McGregor, Ph.D., 12(6):1
Q and A- Lab Testing- A Cycling Coach’s Guide, With Andrew Richard Coggan, Ph.D., 12(6):5
Stochastic and teleoanticipation- A Different Approach to Race Planning, Guy Thibault, Ph.D., 12(6):7
USA Cycling Continuing Education Unit (CEU) #21-Physiological Considerations for the Female Cyclist, Kathy Zawadzki, 12(6):6
Sleep- The Forgotten Recovery Method, Roger S. Smith, DO, 12(6):11

Volume 12 Number 7
Issues in Collegiate Cycling, Chris Fischer, 12(7):1
Tale of the Taper-An Interview with Iñigo Mujika, PhD, 12(7):3
USA Cycling Continuing Education Unit (CEU) #22-A Case Study Building Race Intensity, Joe Friel, 12(7):4
Q and A-Interval Training Gains, With Guy Thibault Ph.D., 12(7):5
Coaching Juniors VS Junior Programs, Ryan Reel, 12(7):6

Volume 13 Number 1
Off-Bike Training-Core Posture, Ken Kontor 13(1):1
Periodization- The History, the Terms, the Principles, Joe Friel, 13(1):3
Identifying Cycling Talent-A Self Assessment, Guy Thibault, Ph.D., 13(1):5
USA Cycling Continuing Education Unit (CEU) #23- Cyclist Guide to-The Principles of Tactical Racing Strategies, Chris Carmichael, 13(1):8
Creating Good Sleep/Recovery Habits on the Road, Dave Ellis, RD, 13(1):12

Volume 13 Number 2
Improved Performance through Nasal vs. Oral Breathing, George Dallam, 13(2):1
Race Day Nutrition, Bob Seebohar, MS, RD, 13(2):4
A Menu of Off-season Training Activities, Guy Thibault, Ph.D., 13(2):5
USA Cycling Continuing Education Unit (CEU) #24- Cyclist Guide to SAFE Plyometrics
What are Plyometrics and How to Make Them Safe, Greg Brittenham, 13(2):6
Distance Mountain Bike Racers: A Tale of Two Cycling Communities, Lynda Wallenfels, 13(2):9
A Coaches Guide: The Seven Rules of Medical Referral, Andy Pruitt, Ed.D., 13(2):10
Volume 13 Number 3
The Relationship between Postural Asymmetry and Cycling Injuries, Lori Thomsen, MPT, PRC, 13(3):1
Periodization Part 2: Load Progression and Measuring Stress Through Heart Rate and Power, Joe Friel,, 13(3):4
Overview of Massage Therapy for Cyclists and Coaches, Tim Monaco, 13(3):5
USA Cycling Continuing Education Unit (CEU) #24- Periodizing Interval Training for Peak Performance Without Overtraining, Tom Ehrhard, 13(3):6

Volume 13 Number 4
The Relationship between Postural Asymmetry and Cycling Injuries-Part 2, Lori Thomsen, MPT, PRC, 13(4):1
Overview of Massage Therapy for Cyclists and Coaches-Part II: Sorting Out Different Techniques and Practitioners, Tim Monaco, 13(4):2
Essentials of Software Data Management for Coaches, Dirk Friel, 13(4):4
High Intensity Training (HIT) Application to Beginning Level Cyclist,
Martin J. Gibala, PhD, 13(4):5
USA Cycling Continuing Education Unit (CEU) #26- Conditioning the Mind-The SMART Way to Establishing and Achieving Training Goals, Peter Haberl,
13(4):8

Volume 13 Number 5
The Relationship between Postural Asymmetry and Cycling Injuries-Part 3, Lori Thomsen, MPT, PRC, 13(5):1
Overview of Massage Therapy for Cyclists and Coaches Part III: Using Self-Massage to Improve Performance and Prevent Injury, Tim Monaco, 13(5):5
The Four Common Origins and Proactive Avoidance Methods of Chronic Cycling Injuries, Erik Moen PT, CSCS, 13(5):7
USA Cycling Continuing Education Unit (CEU) #27- Combining the Multi-Factors of Periodization for the Sprint Cyclist-Des Dickie, 13(5):9

Volume 13 Number 6
The Developmental Process of Junior Cyclists, Benjamin Sharp, 13(6):1
Field Testing for Junior Talent Identification, Corey Hart, MS, 13(6):3
USA Cycling Continuing Education Unit (CEU) #28- Principles of Simultaneous Multi- Component Periodization, Tom Ehrhard, 13(6):7
Carbohydate Supplementation-Does It Help and How Much is too Much,
Asker Jeukendrup, PhD, 13(6):5
Female Athlete Triad: The Spectrum Approach, Lynda Ransdell, Ph.D., 13(6):7

Volume 13 Number 7
Periodization Part 3: The Design Phase and the Macrocycle, Joe Friel, 13(7):1
Questions Answered, with Guy Thibault, PhD, 13(7):5
Understanding Postural Symmetry to Improve Performance and Prevent Injury
Lori Thomsen, MPT, PRC, 13(7):6
Q and A-Interval Training Gains, With Guy Thibault Ph.D., 13(7):5
(CEU) #29-Body/Mind Conditioning-Dealing with The Good, The Bad, The Ugly Rides
Kristen Dieffenbach, Ph.D. 13(7):7
Weight Carrying Capacity: A Revolutionary New System of Looking at Body Weight, Height and Body Types in Cyclists, Dave Ellis R.D., 13(7):10

Volume 16 Number 1

From the Summit Coaching Quick Reference Guide: Common Injury Conditions for Cyclist – Back Pain, Bernard Condevaux, 16(1):1

Issues and Questions in Youth Cycling Development #7 – Rewarding Your Athletes,

Ralph Frazier & Kelli Rogan,  16(1):2

CEU #44: Conditioning Psychology For Early Race Season – The Key to Well Rounded Racers: Training What You Don’t Want to Train, Sean McCann, Ph.D., 16(1):5

Off Bike Jump Training for On-Bike Jump Success # 1, Harvey Newton, 16(1):8

High Speed Jump Rope Training System for the Track Cyclist, Buddy Lee, 16(1):10

Volume 16 Number 2

Stressed-Based Periodization Through Training Stress Score (TSS), Joe Friel 16(2):1

Off Bike Jump Training for On-Bike Jump Success # 2, Harvey Newton 16(2):4

“Jumping” On the Bike Exercises, Jamie Staff, 16(2):6

CEU #45: Understanding Sports Vision and Implementing It Into the Performance Conditioning Team,

Dr. Jack Gardner, 16(2):7

Issues and Questions in Youth Cycling Development #8 – The Importance of Recruiting New Youth Cyclists: Growing the Sport, Ralph Frazier & Kelli Rogan, 16(2):10

Index Volume 15, 16(2):12

Volume 16 Number 3

Special Report – Medicine of Cycling, Dr. Anna Abramson, Mark Abramson, Dr James Watkins, 16(3):1

Q and A: Training Stress Score (TSS) Taking Out the Intimidation, Andrew R. Coggan, Ph.D., 16(3):3

Off Bike Jump Training for On-Bike Jump Success # 3, Harvey Newton, 16(3):5

CEU #46: Strength Training Scheduling Issue for the Elite Level Cyclist, Dana Healy, 16(3):7

Issues and Questions in Youth Cycling Development #9 – Offseason Training – Make it Fresh and Fun, Ralph Frazier & Kelli Rogan, 16(3):11

Volume 16 Number 4

Medicine of Cycling: Concussions in Cyclists for Team Managers and Coaches, Anna K. Abramson M.D., 16(4):1

New Year, New Rules, 16(4):4

Off Bike Jump Training for On-Bike Jump Success # 4, Harvey Newton, 16(4):5

Strength Training to Increase Sustainable Power in Masters: A Case Study – From Professional Tennis Player to Time Trial Cyclist,  Luisa Sullivan, 16(4):8

Issues and Questions in Youth Cycling Development #10: Road Killer-Fast Food That Can Slow You Down? Nate Silver, 16(4):10

CEU #47: Cycling Roundtable: Ask the Experts Pre-Race Rituals Tom Ehrhard, Ph.D , Kristen Dieffenbach, Ph.D., Steve Madden, Richard P. Wharton, 16(4):12

New Products: “CYCO” Mt. Bike Cyclo Cross Cycling Gloves, 16(4):17

Volume 16 Number 5

Specific Flexibility Training for Endurance Bicycling, Erik Moen, 16(5):1

Cycling Coaching Tips 101 Periodization In Simple Terms, Phil Sanders, 16(5):5

From Frazier Cycling: Issue and Questions in Youth Cycling Development #11 – The Importance of Coaching Fees for Juniors, Ralph Frazier and Kelli Rogan, 16(5):6

How to Jump from Fitness/Charity Riding to that First Competition, Gale Bernhardt, 16(5):7

USADA Presents: Totally Clean, 16(5):8

CEU #48: Cycling Roundtable: Ask the Experts Pre-The Physical Side of Climbing, 16(5):9

Volume 16 Number 6

Medicine of Cycling: Back Pain in Cyclists,  Anna K. Abramson M.D., Sonny S. Gill M.D. , Michael Ross M.D., 16(6):1

From Frazier Cycling: Issue and Questions in Youth Cycling Development #12 – The Importance of Coaching Fees for Juniors Part II, Ralph Frazier and Kelli Rogan, 16(6):3

Overview of Coverage – USA Cycling’s Optional Coaches Liability Insurance Risk Management, Ian Lochridge, 16(6):5

CEU #49: Before Bikefit – Addressing Foot/Pedal Asymmetry: Part 1, Nick Dinsdale & Nicola Dinsdale, 16(6):9

What Sport Means in America As Featured in the USADA Spirit of Sport, Spring 2011 Edition, Erin Hannan, 16(6):14

Volume 16 Number 7

Medicine of Cycling: Hip and Knee Pain in Cyclists, Dr. Claudette M. Lajam, 16(7):1

Methylhexaneamine and Dietary Supplements: Beware – Your Supplement Could Cause a Positive Test, Kelli Feltmann, 16(7):4

From Frazier Cycling: Issue and Questions in Youth Cycling Development #13 – Overuse Injuries and Youth Cyclists, Ralph Frazier and Kelli Rogan, 16(7):5

CEU #50: Cycling Roundtable: Ask the Experts- The Mental Side of Climbing, Kevin Lee Lippert, Steve Madden, Dirk Friel, Tom Ehrhard, Kristen Dieffenbach Ph.D., 16(7):7

Before Bikefit – Addressing Foot/Pedal Asymmetry: Part 2,  Nick Dinsdale & Nicola Dinsdale, 16(7):12

Performance Products: Whole Brain Thinking and Improved Performance, Dean Brittenham, 16(7):14