need a good coach

Discussion in 'Cycling Training' started by adamholck, Nov 14, 2003.

  1. adamholck

    adamholck New Member

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    I need a coach very badly. I am a 24 year old former marine, (among other things, thank god) that has been cycling fanatically for the last 5 years. I have a 38bpm resting heart rate, a great VO2 max, and times that rival some of the best times I know of in pro cycling. I wish to challenge no one with these claims. These forums are full of lies. I know.
    My problem is that I am constantly injuring myself.
    I have done extensive studying regarding performance and it doesn't seem to matter. I have even given up on cycling al together - a couple times. But I always come back like a little girl and get my heart broken by injuries. This is why I need a coach.
    I live in minneapolis, MN. If anyone knows someone who can help me out I would very grateful. PEACE adam holck
     
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  2. rkohler

    rkohler New Member

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    Adam, drop me a line at [email protected] or give me a call at 5706509075.
    Ryan
     
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    ric_stern/RST New Member

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  4. CitizenErased

    CitizenErased New Member

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    Maybe you would be interested in checking out at www.53x12.com...
    I'm from Germany, I trained this summer with Michelle Ferrari's method and I have to say it is very good.
    And you probably won't find any bigger expertise on cycling... ask Lance!
     
  5. rkohler

    rkohler New Member

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    Ask Lance? Armstrong? He's not trained by Michele Ferrari.
     
  6. CitizenErased

    CitizenErased New Member

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    No? You really think Lance gets his training schedules from CTS? Hahaha...very funny indeed.

    Mr. Armstrong and CTS are only doing business together.
    Training and winning the Tour is completely another matter. We all know this.

    Oh...I see. You are part of the CTS staff. Well...you know the truth, don't you?
     
  7. rkohler

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    Ok so what's the deal then with Lance?
     
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