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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Mountain Bike Coach
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August
15

For a flat pedal rider there is nothing worse than having your feet get blown off the of the pedals when you don’t expect it. It usually happens when you try to ride through some rough stuff at speed on the trail and especially when you stand up and try to pedal through rough, choppy stuff. In fact, for some...

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August
12

One thing that you’ll notice when you first start mountain biking is that almost everyone has some advice for you. From equipment to trails to technique, this advice is meant to help you speed up your learning curve and provide you with some direction to help you on your path to improvement. And while a lot of...

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August
8

One of the biggest challenges I face during the riding season is balancing my training and riding. I know that my strength and movement is the base for my mountain bike specific fitness and so I need to do something to keep them high. But I also don’t want to be sore and tired when I ride so I can’t push myself...

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August
1

Well, it’s happened again. Einstein once defined insanity as “trying the same thing over and over, expecting a different result” and that seems to be what is going on recently with several “Flats vs. Clipless Pedals” videos being posted lately. The other day yet another video pitting flats against...

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July
25

While mountain biking has a lot of positive benefits, one thing it isn’t good for is your core. That’s right, this beautiful sport that we all love is slowly eroding your core function and strength, setting you up for back pain and decreased performance. Let me explain why this is. First, mountain biking...

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July
19

My colleague Jake Stephenitch is a strength and conditioning coach based in the Chicago area who specializes in programs for BMX riders. As a BMX rider himself he came across the power of strength training to improve his riding and decided that he wanted to help his fellow riders by becoming a coach himself....

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