Does off-season mean we hibernate and curl up in a comatose state on the couch with a bag of chips? Maybe not. Off-season provides an invaluable opportunity to give yourself a mental and physical hall pass from single sport focus structure. It is the time to step back and enjoy the opportunity of mental […]
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A post by Lucie Oren, on keeping it fresh and fun by seizing new opportunities to continue to learn and improve. Enjoy the read… It is always good to try new things, wouldn’t you agree? It keeps life exciting, interesting, fun, and challenging! In my case, this “new thing” is not only seriously pushing my […]
A blog post by Laurie Marlowe on the value of a bike fit. As an avid cyclist and a physical therapist, I fully appreciate the importance of a well-fitting bicycle. In fact I’ve been meaning to get around to having a professional bike fitting for my Cervelo R5 for some time now. A bad experience […]
Contributed by Travis Boucher, o2fitness-athlete. Enjoy a recap of the race action from his first national level mountain bike race of the year. I was very surprised that I was going to LA for a mountain bike race when I got pulled out of school on Friday even though my parents had already paid for […]
Contributed by O2fit-athlete, and Audi Team member, Michael Williams. Read on… My love of competing on my bike began at the Manhattan Beach Grand Prix (1975), when I borrowed my sister’s Schwinn Varsity to enter the race. At 13, I entered and finished second place in my first criterium. I thought “How cool is this?” […]
o2fitness -athlete, Travis Boucher on a roll, winning last weekend. Take a read below of his race recap…Now its on to his first national level race at Bonelli. I was so excited for race #4 because I had my new carbon Specialized Stumpjumper Hardtail (carbon awesomeness on Strava). Oliver at Roseville Cyclery helped my parents […]
This blog post comes from, Silver Sage Sports and Fitness Lab sponsored, Sugar Bowl Elite Team member Spencer Eusden with insight into how he and teammate Emily Blackmer are preparing for the final SuperTour races of the year. These races will be help in the end of March in Craftsbury, Vermont and are some of […]
Contributed by committed o2fitness-athlete Trixe Bradley. Enjoy the perspective from her first, fast and furious criterium. It was my first Crit race and I did not know what to expect. I made myself a goal last year to throw myself into cycling and race as many races as I could. Thankfully, I have had Julie […]
Contributed by Heidi Littenberg The Reno Wheelmen/Women just completed two days of focused training in Auburn, California. Thirteen riders, including several from Project Hero City of Reno, headed over the hill to spend two days learning from Silver Sage Sports and Fitness Lab Director, and O2Fitness Head Coach, Julie Young. I have to start with […]
Blog contribution by Silver Sage-o2fitness Hot Shot, Travis Boucher. Enjoy the Read… I woke upon Race day and felt great and ready to race. I knew I probably wasn’t going to get first because of the high school sport kids dropping down to race 2 laps instead of 3. I got to the race and […]
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