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Old 07-07-12, 03:10 PM   #1
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online coaching/trainers

Hello all where can i find online.
Online coaches and trainer people.

Someone i can send email to, feedback and get advice and motivation to become faster.

This is more for a mature age cyclist.

I look forward you all showing me some links.
thanks
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Hello all where can i find online.
Online coaches and trainer people.

Someone i can send email to, feedback and get advice and motivation to become faster.

This is more for a mature age cyclist.

I look forward you all showing me some links.
thanks
What are your goals?

Do you have a HRM that you can download into a computer?
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Hello . Well goals. to be able to ride long distances in a faster time. Develop more power.
I do the odd race event every year. To be overall a better rider.

Now would a HRM be of good use? would that be needed to help out?

If so what types you recommend and what programs should i follow thanks
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Find coach first. Technology second. Use what the coach suggests to make the most of your coaching dollar.
http://www.usacycling.org/coaches/search.php
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I rec Dave Jordaan http://cybercyclecoach.com/ He has a well thought out and proven program.
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