As an athlete, having a movement teacher should be one of your performance team members. Someone who can watch you do a movement, coach you to harness more strength/mobility/balance and increase or decrease the challenge, depending on what your body needs. They’re there to help you balance your strength.
Tag Archives: cycling
Its autumn in the Northern Hemisphere, and mother nature is doing her best to hold off winter in Colorado for as long as possible. Everywhere you look golds, yellows, oranges, bright reds and every shade in between adorn trees as they do their best to cling tightly to their leaves. What does that mean forContinue reading “Foot Frenzy”
Full Body Cycling
Sorry for the crickets in the blog department. Since November, we’ve been working on some things behind the scenes and are getting to roll out some exciting new changes at Sharp Coaching! On a personal note, my lower back flared up multiple times since last October. I visited the chiropractor several times, saw two spineContinue reading “Full Body Cycling”
Is Pain Real or Just a Figment of Your Imagination?
We all have that friend. You know the type: the one who can push harder and longer than anyone else you know. They’re often world champions and Olympic caliber athletes. They find themselves in the most grueling of sports and are able to practically nose breath through it, showing no signs they hurt. The ChloeContinue reading “Is Pain Real or Just a Figment of Your Imagination?”
Planning For The Unknown
One thing 2020 is good for is making you take a step back and really evaluate what you’re doing and why you’re doing it. Especially as an athlete. Especially one who isn’t a professional and getting paid to pedal on two wheels as fast as possible. Remember how uncertain things were back in early March?Continue reading “Planning For The Unknown”
It’s still warm in the northern hemisphere and technically we’re just shy of two months left of summer. It’s August 3, 2020 and today is only the third day of road racing for the Bicycle Racing Association of Colorado. Normally, we’d have completed nearly an entire road season and cyclocross racers would be foaming atContinue reading “Staying Motivated”