Cycling Talk-Evaluating Claims About Nutrition, Training, Recovery, and Technology

On January 15, 2014 at 7:30 p.m. at Speed Cycling Madison, exercise physiologist and cycling coach Jason Boynton will present on making sense of all the training and other claims in cycling.

Abstract: Athletes who participate in endurance sports are constantly bombarded by claims that one thing or another will improve their performance. Certainly all of the claims we hear cannot be true, so the discussion becomes how do we evaluate the claims about nutrition, training, recovery, and technology in our sport. Making correct determinations in regards to these claims can potentially increase performance by allowing us to utilize what works while at the same time saving time and money by bypassing things that don’t. This talk was adapted from a USA Cycling webinar entitled: Applied Skepticism in Cycling: A Modality for an Improved Sport. Now come see it live! 
The cost of the presentation is $10 per individual. USA Cycling certified coaches can earn CEUs by attending this presentation.

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