Mountain Bike Coach James Wilson

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Regardless if you’re an XC racer, weekend downhiller, experienced enduro champion, or a mountain bike beginner who’s just looking to keep up with your friends, these programs will make you faster, stronger and better on the trail—so start improving today!

James Wilson
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June
12

A persistent myth with mountain bike strength training is that because it is an “endurance sport” then you need to focus on higher reps and lower weights. Using 10-20+ reps per set and the relatively lighter weights they demand is supposed to help build the muscular endurance you need on the trail. And while...

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June
5

I’d like to invite you to join me as I get interviewed as part of the first live Regular Guy MTB Bike Chat show this coming Wednesday at 9:30 pm ET/ 6:30 pm PT.   The host Gene Arnold and I will be talking about the pedal stroke and why the mid-foot position is better for both power and agility on the...

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May
29

I’ll admit that I am a more than a bit skeptical when it comes to new pieces of training equipment. Over two decades in the fitness industry will do that to you - rarely does something new do the job better than something we already have and even most “new” training tools are just rediscovery of old ones (the...

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May
24

One of the more interesting things for me as a coach to see is the over-use and misunderstanding of the coaching cue “elbows out” when it comes to good body position on the bike. Like a lot of things in the cycling world, there are a lot of myths and half-truths being used to justify it’s use as a coaching...

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May
22

Something I take very seriously is the platform I have been given to help people. I am very blessed to have contact with thousands of people every week through my newsletter and blog as I try to help them improve their riding and their lives in some small way. As part of respecting this platform I don’t talk...

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May
15

A few weeks ago I had someone tag me in a discussion in the Ryan Leech Connection FB Group regarding his experience so far with flat pedals. While his question for me was trying to clarify why clipless pedals are bad for your knees (which they are no matter what bike fit you have) he also posted some feedback on...

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