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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May
13

This week I’ve got a new podcast to share with you. Instead of a single topic, I had a few random things that wouldn’t make for a whole episode alone so I put them together into this BikeJames Podcast. In this episode I cover… Knee Stomp vs. Hip Stomp: Why “stomp your feet” can be a bad coaching...

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May
6

May is a lot of fun here in the Grand Valley. While every month is great to be a rider around here, to help kick off the riding season this month is the official Grand Valley Bike Month. We just wrapped up the Fruita Fat Tire Festival, which is always a lot of fun, and later this month we also have the Grand...

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April
29

Over the last 18 months I’ve become an evangelist for isometric training. If someone wants to talk training then the first thing I tell them is about the amazing experience I’ve had and seen others have with this marginalized training method. Increases in strength and endurance with far fewer training related...

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April
17

On Monday I sent out an email sharing a study I had found on the impact of in-season strength training on your performance. While you can check out the post and study HERE, I can sum it up for you in two words… It helps. And while I shared a simple program you can use in that post, today I wanted to share a...

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April
8

In this episode of the BikeJames Podcast I look at two recent studies and their application to mountain biking and training: 1 - Effects of Recovery Posture on High Intensity Interval Training: This study looked at the best posture for maximizing your recovery between high intensity efforts. You can read the...

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April
1

Few things take a beating on our bike like our wrists and shoulders. Almost everything you do on the bike requires the upper body to either transfer force into the handlebars or absorb energy from the handlebars, placing a lot of stress and tension on them. Plus, you have to deal with wrecking. The wrists and...

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