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James Wilson of Pedaling Innovations and MTB Strength Training Systems joins us again. We bring in the New Year by sharing some tips & tricks that each of us have experienced in the previous year. James focuses on a few bike techniques that, with practice, can greatly help with your bike training. Jeff shares a number of different tips related to bike gear, mud, bike tweaks, and more. Enjoy!
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In episode 2 of the VeloNut Podcast, we bring back James Wilson of Pedaling Innovations to talk about strength training. James has a background as a strength trainer with a focus on MTB riders. Our discussion revolved around a good number of things around the fundamentals of strength training.
James helped answer the question “What is strength training?”. We also talk about some of the different areas of focus that go into a stren...
In the first episode of them VeloNut Podcast, we talk with James Wilson, owner of Pedaling Innovations. James has a background as a strength trainer with a focus on MTB riders. But it’s the Catalyst pedals that his company produces that is the main focus of the episode. Find out how and why this pedal is disrupting the pedal industry in a big way!Links to things mentioned:
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