Coach Rob Kelley is back (rokcoaching.com) and this time he shares his enthusiasm for the sport of Cyclocross. Cross can be a great compliment to any cyclists year, as it is equal part tough and fun. Okay, so it is more fun in the long run. Cross adds much needed weight bearing activity after a summer of sweating out that calcium on the TT bike, so it is worth considering as the TT season winds down and the Cross season heats up. For 10% off a Cyclocross training plan, go to Rob's website, ROKCoaching.com, and enter the coupon code ttpodcast.
In part two, we learn of how relationships began with show contributors Cillian Kelley, Sarah Connolly and Suze. We also touch on how doping scandals have affected the show, and how they decided the best way to cover races. Discover more at http://velocast.cc/
Scott O'Raw and John Galloway are the purveyors of the Velocast (http://velocast.cc/), which, in my opinion, is the best cycling podcast available. They combine knowledge, humor and a great production value to their loyal listeners. They discuss the roots of the show and in this episode, how they got Eddy Merckx to do their familiar welcome. Part one of two.
Training Bible (Joe Friel) coach Rob Kelley gives us a great summer workout to develop the VO2 Max system. Here is the blog page that gives detail of the workout. http://www.rokcoaching.com/develop-vo2max/
Gordy Paulson is the owner of speedmadison.com. He is a World Champion cyclist and sought after coach. In this episode, Gordy talks about how to recognize the symptoms of overtraining, and how to correct the effects if it happens to you.
Earlier this week the Team Specialized-lululemon cycling team announced Project X, an attempt to crowd fund a women's professional cycling team. Owner and General Manager Kristy Scrymgeour talks about the campain and to discuss the state of women's cycling. Contribute at https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/project-x--13