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Cyclists high Intensity interval training

Cyclists high Intensity interval training

Updated November 6th 2020 As preparation begins for next years Cycling season you may be a bit unsure of what training system to follow. In the last few years high intensity interval training (hiit) has been promoted by some as miracle training. It is sometimes abused...

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Secret of transition between cycling seasons

As the cycling season ends you might wonder what do I do now? Hopefully you have had a successful year and achieved all your goals. The end of season is a very important time. How its approached influences how you will perform next season. Get it wrong and you could...

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How to successfully move from Junior cyclist to U23 cyclist!

How to successfully move from Junior cyclist to U23 cyclist!

Updated 20th October 2020 Paddy Doran cycling Blog Many junior cyclists (17-18 years) are looking forward to joining the U23 ranks next year. A good number of juniors have just completed the 2018 Junior Tour of Ireland Their goals for the next few years will vary....

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Training with Power is a watt always a watt

Training with Power is a watt always a watt

Updated 19th October 2020  Paddy Doran Cycling Blog Training with power has been one of the great coaching and training improvements for cyclists and triathletes. Power meters are becoming more reasonably priced and accessible which is great for benefits if well used....

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How cycling and sport can help students exam results

How cycling and sport can help students exam results

Updated 16th October 2020 Paddy Doran Cycling blog Cycling can and sports participation can actually help students exam performances. A major study by ESRI have shown that sport participation during exam years generally has a positive effect on exam results. Largest...

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Autumn for cyclists fitness through fun

Autumn for cyclists fitness through fun

How to maintain your fitness for cycling and enjoy the often wonderful season of Autumn. As I update this Blog in September 2020 its a changed environment because of the Pandemic. Green and Blue Exercise research Some of the events may not be on because of social...

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Grand Tour cyclists sprinters courage

The Grand Tour sprinters Its Grand Tour time. So time to look at the very exciting and fearless sprinters. These are the  cyclists who touch elbows, shoulders, bounce wheels off each other. And sometimes even head-butt  at 70+ kph to be first over the line. You will...

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Sam Bennett. You don’t have to be first to be a winner

Sam Bennett. You don’t have to be first to be a winner

Updated 7th December 2019 Yesterday on stage 14 of the Tour De France Sam Bennett was placed 12th. Considering what he had endured from the first day of the Tour this was a great result in my opinion. The mass pileup in the first stage sprint left him severely injured...

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