Being willing to try something new is the unintentional theme of this BikeJames Podcast. After recording it and thinking about the topics I realized that all of them were new things for me that I had to try at some point which called into question what I thought I already knew.
We all know that trying something new can be scary and intimidating. No matter how old you get, no one wants to feel like they don’t know what is going on, which leads us to find things that make us feel good instead of what is actually the best way to do something.
But it is the willingness to put your ego aside and come at things with the beginners mindset that ultimately lets us keep progressing and growing. For me, finding a new focal point for cornering, a new way to get stronger and a new way to train my mind and body have helped me do that and hopefully you’ll be inspired to do the same.
In this new podcast I cover:
On Bike Movement Skills
Inside hand pressure for front wheel traction during cornering – The #1 thing you need to focus on to corner with precision.
1 Set vs. Multiple Sets for Strength Training – Why you need both for best results and how I’ve been using Isometric Training to help me safely do this.
Wim Hoff Method app and Fundamentals Course – I’ve spent the last 4+ weeks following the Wim Hoff method and I’m convinced that it has a lot of value for riders looking to improve their performance and recovery.
If you have any questions or comments please leave them below this post or send me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, I’m always happy to help.
Until next time…