Mountain Bike Coach James Wilson

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James Wilson
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April
17

Everybody loves a good core training exercise. A strong core can help you perform better and stay injury resistant, something every rider can benefit from. And while we’ve come a long way since the ‘80’s when crunches and side bends were the staple core training exercises, there are still a lot of core...

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April
10

It’s been a crazy last few months with Pedaling Innovations. We were accepted into a business accelerator group earlier this year and the process of getting ready for it and getting started has taken a lot of my time. Which is why I wasn’t in touch sooner about being interviewed on the MTB Tribe podcast...

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January
26

Something I get asked a lot when it comes to foot position and pedal stroke is why do I care so much? I mean, am I just some ego maniac that needs the world to see everything like I do? Well, while that may be the case with some things, it isn’t what drives my passion about this subject. No, what gets me fired...

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December
13

In October I had the chance to go to Bend Oregon for the Bend Outdoor Worx Venture Out Conference to talk about the Catalyst Pedal. I was part of the 9 people selected out of 40+ who applied to come and present in front of 450+ people about my business. When I had applied for the conference I wasn't sure what to...

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December
4

The only thing more abundant than "pumpkin spice" flavored stuff this time of year are excuses not to train. Whether its family in town, all the holiday parties or just a general lack of motivation when it gets dark at 5 o'clock in the evening, December probably sees the fewest workouts of any month. Which is a...

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November
29

Every once in a while I have a lightbulb moment that makes me realize that I have been missing something really important in my training. Like the first time I was introduced to using mobility exercises to compliment my usual focus on “get stronger”, these moments open up a whole new way of seeing the bigger...

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