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Cycling Fitness - How to Unlock Greater Strength, Endurance & Power
by Christopherhole Jan 10th 2011
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8 ways to speed up recovery
by Christopherhole Sep 13th 2010
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The Best and Worst exercise for Back Pain
by Christopherhole Sep 13th 2010
Do you suffer from Back Pain on your Bike?
by Christopherhole Apr 10th 2010
Do you suffer with Back Pain? there are many different causes of back pain, some are not as obvious as other. Performing the tests featured in this video will go some way to helping you discover where you back is originating and an idea of how to...
Cheshire Cat Sportive, 9/10
by Christopherhole Mar 28th 2010
Hi Friend Today the 28th March 2010 I traveled to Crewe to take part in the season opener, Cheshire Cat 100 mile sportive with the famous Mow Cop 25% gradient climb. Setting off at 6.30am I arrived in Crewe for registration along with about 250...
Cyclist or Runners Knee - Are you making it better or worse
by Christopherhole Mar 14th 2010
Hi Tribloggers The last 2 weeks have been a struggle, i have battling with a recurring knee problem and this has led to taking a few days off the bike and many questions to the physio. It wasn't until i looked into the problem further that i found...
Joe Friel - How to Train for an Ironman
by Christopherhole Mar 3rd 2010
Hi Tribloggers The world-renowned long-distance coach Joe Friel illustrates how to structure Ironman training. For more cycling fitness tips join me on Facebook at Christopher Hole...
25% Gradient stops Riders in their Track!
by Christopherhole Feb 28th 2010
Hi Tribloggers Well i've entered my first event of the season, Cheshire Cat Sportive and read all the hype. Has anyone ridden this sportive before? Is the Mow Cop as bad as they say? I've heard it's short climb and only steep in a short sectio...
Optimize Cycling and Triathlon Performance
by Christopherhole Feb 23rd 2010
Hi Fellow Tri Bloggers Not much report on training this week so I decided to share with you a great article I found on cycling Biomechanics by Tommi Paavola a Certified Strength and Conditioning Coach from PTontheNet.com. Enjoy I hope you find ...
A Hellish Ride - The Mendip Traverse
by Christopherhole Feb 14th 2010
View Larger Map Hello Fellow Tribloggers Saturday the 13th Jan 2010 was the day for the hardest ride of the year so far, now i've done harder but with it being the first of the year made it seem that much harder! So the stupid idea came and ...
Lands End to Fort William 6 Days 677.5 miles!!!!
by Christopherhole Feb 7th 2010
Hi Fellow Tribloggers Not much happening this, i've been on a recovery week. So I decided to put together a montage of Lands End to Fort William that Ben and I completed last September. If not for the 60 mph wind we would have made it to Jo...
A Tale of many Towns and a double Blowout!!!!!
by Christopherhole Jan 31st 2010
Hi fellow TriBloggers Well it's been 2wks since my last post and not a lot has changed, it's still cold and i'm still trying to keep warm! Training over the last 2 wks has gone something like this Bristol to Cheddar and back, Bristol to Weston ...
When the Snow comes Chris goes inside!
by Christopherhole Jan 17th 2010
January so far has been a nightmare for winter training and keeping up with my weekly bike hrs has been impossible. The only solution was to go indoors, on the spin bikes for more than 60mins at a time. You might be thinking spending 60-90 mins o...
Have you got what it takes?
by Christopherhole Jan 4th 2010
At a time when training gets put to the way side and Christmas and new years take over, I didnít want all my hard work from the previous months to go to waste for 2 weeks over indulgence. As a Personal Trainer I know all to well how fast our body...
Have I kept the Strength in my Legs after Xmas in Spain
by Christopherhole Dec 27th 2009
Last week I faced a challenge, for the Xmas week I was heading to Spain. Going to Spain over Xmas was not the challenge, going to Spain without my bike and keeping my strength was. I knew I could go out running but my legs hadnít run for many ...
Bicycle Diaries - The single most effective aspect when it comes to Recovery
by Christopherhole Dec 13th 2009
As I continue to prepare for my mammoth round the world cycle in 2012 another sunday is here; the beginning of a new week begins tomorrow and with end of this week comes the end of a recovery week. To do what I plan to do these weeks are essential fo...
Bicycles Diaries - As my recovery week begins, are you overtraining?
by Christopherhole Dec 8th 2009
As my recovery week begins it could not of come at a better time, the last week has been hectic to say the least. As a Personal Trainer my work week has very unusual hours and put on top of that my training, things can get very manic. It all star...
More on offsetting fatigue and have more energy for longer
by Christopherhole Dec 5th 2009
According to new research our body maintains itself at 7.36pH and exercise can compromise this pH encouraging us to fatigue and lose energy. Maintaining this alkaline design of the body is key to maintaining energy levels. It is also being widely com...