Mountain Bike Coach James Wilson

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James Wilson
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February
18

Let me ask you a questions - Do you struggle to stick with a training program? Despite your best intentions,does your motivation begin to quickly die and you find it harder and harder to do the workouts you know you need to do? Well, if you answered “yes” then don’t worry, you’re not alone. Most...

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January
28

When I first came up with the idea for the Catalyst Pedal I never realized how many types of riders would benefit from them. But as we started to sell more Catalyst Pedals we started to hear from more types of riders who were finding the unique design and foot placement a huge benefit for them. From triathletes...

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January
21

A few weeks ago I had the pleasure of being interviewed by B1KER Bar, where I had the chance to share some thoughts on the pedal stroke, flat pedals and mountain biking in general over a beer with the host Robert Schumacher. There were some power outages in his area during the interview but we managed to keep...

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January
14

As the creator of the Catalyst Pedals I get asked a lot about foot position. And this is to be expected - as the first and only pedal designed to optimize the mid-foot position it seems to defy a lot of the common logic used when discussing foot position on the bike. When talking about foot position on the bike...

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December
20

While it seems like common knowledge now, there was a time not too long ago when the words "Hip Hinge" were unknown in mountain bike training circles. Stuck in the bodybuilder inspired stuff left over from the 1990's, most training routines for riders included a healthy dose of leg presses, leg extensions and leg...

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December
10

I’ve been working with mountain bikers since 2005, which means that I’ve seen a few trends over that time. Seeing something once or twice is one thing but seeing it over and over usually means something. When it comes to mountain bikers, the biggest trend I’ve seen is that they almost always have tight...

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