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Cyclists Post training stretching Cathal Moynihan Video

Cyclists Post training stretching Cathal Moynihan Video

Updated 1st October 2019 Great stretching exercises. No need to be tight and sore after your training anymore. Another excellent video all the way from Spain by Olympian Cathal Moynihan. Bringing all his experience to produce an enjoyable and informative video on...

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October is decision time for racing cyclists

October is decision time for racing cyclists

Updated 30th September 2019 Paddy Doran Cycling blog Now that most cyclists and triathletes competitive seasons are winding down, thoughts are turning to next season… So, how can you make sure that you can be in the best form to achieve your goals? Don't miss the 10...

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Club cyclists Watts for 8 day stage race

Club cyclists Watts for 8 day stage race

A county cyclists Power data for 2015 An Post Ras Updated 26th September 2019 Thinking of riding a top class stage race that has full time Pro Continental riders and domestic part time cyclists?  This blog will give you an insight into the challenges that you will...

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7 Brilliant ways to improve your diet for cycling

7 Brilliant ways to improve your diet for cycling

Whether you are training for a cycling sportive in Sligo, a Marathon in Mayo, a Triathlon in Tralee an Ironman in Inishowen an Enduro event in Enniskillen, there's something here that can give a massive boost to your performance nutrition and diet for the big day....

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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 the Irish cycling season is now approaching its end its time to think planning the transition between the end of this season and beginning of training for next season. You have...

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5 Cycling tips for a great start

5 Cycling tips for a great start

Updated 21st September 2019 For beginners the most daunting part of a bicycle race, triathlon or sportive can be the walk to the start line! lining up and waiting for the countdown and flag to drop can be nerve wracking for some Heres 5 tips that will give you great...

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Training methods for top cycling performance

Training methods for top cycling performance

updated 20th September 2019 Old school or new School Which is best for cycling performance Old school or new school training methods methods. I have heard these terms being bandied about over the last few years in regard to coaching and training methods . I didn’t...

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The older cyclist and physical work capacity

The older cyclist and physical work capacity

Updated September 20th  2019 If you are an older Cyclist moving up to A1 category by gaining points in your current grade. you might consider some facts in this blog. Hopefully this blog will address one aspect of this and some other issues regarding age and...

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THe secret ingredient for faster cycling

THe secret ingredient for faster cycling

Most cyclists want to cycle faster and for longer, Some go to great lengths and expense to achieve this. There’s lots of euros spent on coaches, training camps, bikes and equipment, nutritional supplements, gym memberships. Its Free! And all of these are very...

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Cycling through the pain barrier

Cycling through the pain barrier

Updated 8th September 2019  Paddy Doran cycling coaching Blog Pushing to the limits and holding Competition Anyone who has ridden a bike competitively will know that if you want to be competitive there are times when you have to push to your limits and beyond....

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