Category Archives: MTB Training Podcasts

Sleep Coaching with Nick Lambe – New BikeJames Podcast

Have you ever heard the saying that “to achieve what others can’t, you must be willing to do what others won’t”? Of course, you can use this saying to motivate you to work out or watch what you eat…and you should, because those are important things…but I’d argue that you should also use it to […]

Primal Skills Camp Recap: 3 Lessons to Help You In The Gym and On The Bike

In this episode of the BikeJames Podcast, I recap the 3 lessons I took away over the course of the two day skills and fitness camp I hosted a few weeks ago. All four riders who made the trip made some big breakthroughs with how they moved on and off the bike and I hope […]

Next Level Soft Tissue Strategies – Interview with Chris Duffin from Kabuki Strength

Last week I posted a review of a new soft tissue tool I’ve been using called the Boomstick. At roughly 2 feet long and weighing 20 pounds, it opens up ways to address tightness and mobility that I didn’t know existed. Having a long history with the foam roller I thought I knew a lot […]

New Podcast – Bioforce Coaches Seminar Recap

In the book Sapiens – which I highly recommend BTW – the author talks about the superpowers that separate humans from other animals. We have a couple of them but the one that I like to focus on is the ability to purposefully affect our future-selves. Unlike other animals that are only focused on the […]

BikeJames Podcast – Balance Training, Clipless Pedal Injury Studies and Foot Position in Corners and Descents

By the time you get this podcast I’ll be on my way back from a seminar in Seattle. It’s hosted by Joel Jamieson for his Bioforce Certified Coaches and I’m looking forward to sharing some of what I learned with you over the next few weeks. In the meantime, though, here is a new BikeJames […]

New Podcast – Finding the right problem is the first part of the solution.

One of the recurring themes in my life lately is the need to identify the right problem before you can come up with the right solution. Sometimes we think the problem is one thing and work like crazy to find answer to it only to be frustrated over and over again because we were seeing […]

New Podcast – Deadlift Strength, Science of a Good Rider, Mixed vs. Regular Cardio & Cockpit Control

Hope you had a great holiday weekend. I had a good one myself, getting some riding in with Aka the Trail Mutt. Aka is getting a little older – just like his master – but he just refuses to slow down. I joke that he gets me out as much as I get him out […]

New Podcast – Speed vs. Power, Handlebar Width and Emotions in Training

This week I’ve got a new BikeJames Podcast for you. A lot has happened since the last one and I had a few interesting topics to share, including… The opening of my new Catalyst Training Facility in Fruita CO Rider Q&A: Is speed determined by power? Why your handlebars are too wide Resistance Bands: Why […]

New Podcast – Speed vs. Power, Handlebar Width and Emotions in Training

This week I’ve got a new BikeJames Podcast for you. A lot has happened since the last one and I had a few interesting topics to share, including… The opening of my new Catalyst Training Facility in Fruita CO Rider Q&A: Is speed determined by power? Why your handlebars are too wide Resistance Bands: Why […]