Tom Bell is a coach, performance consultant, and elite cyclist based in Yorkshire, United Kingdom. He is the founder of the coaching business High North, that also produces great educational blog posts that go beyond what can be found in the vast majority of media outlets in the endurance sports industry. In this interview we dive deep into Tom's approach to training and coaching, and various bits and pieces on topics of interest.
IN THIS EPISODE YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT:
-Long-term planning and goal setting
-Monitoring training responses
-Testing in the field and in the lab
-How Tom applies progressive overload in training
-Indoor vs. outdoor training considerations, as well as considerations for different types of terrain
-Low-cadence work on the bike
-Strength training for cyclists
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