Category: Moto E Training

Avoid these Top 5 Mistakes at Lorettas 0

Avoid these Top 5 Mistakes at Lorettas

Before we review the five most common mistakes that racer needs to avoid, let’s take a brief look at the physiological demands of Loretta’s: long motos & high intensity racing over 5 days. Loretta’s...

Anatomy of Speed: Strength & Endurance Evaluation 0

Anatomy of Speed: Strength & Endurance Evaluation

Anatomy of Speed Series In this series, I am going to break down the key elements to obtaining top levels of speed without becoming fatigued: strength, flexibility, endurance, nutrition & hydration.   In addition to...

Anatomy of an Injury – Shoulder 0

Anatomy of an Injury – Shoulder

Over the last three weeks we have discussed the three various types of injuries, injuries associated with the Ankles & Knees, Core & Back. This week we will look at the injuries associated with...

Anatomy of an Injury – Wrist & Elbow 0

Anatomy of an Injury – Wrist & Elbow

Over the last four articles, we have discussed the types of injuries: Mechanical, Chemical, and Mental; we then looked at injuries associated with the Back, Ankles & Knees, and Shoulders.  If you haven’t read...

Anatomy of an Injury – Ankles and Knees 0

Anatomy of an Injury – Ankles and Knees

Last week we discussed the three various types of injuries: Mechanical, Chemical and Mental.  If you haven’t read the article, please click here so that you have a full understanding of how injuries occur...

Anatomy of an Injury – An Overview 0

Anatomy of an Injury – An Overview

When it comes to halting a racers progress both on and off of the track, nothing will stop you quicker than an injury.  Unfortunately, for many racers, we have either become complacent to injuries...

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A Balanced Racer is a Faster Racer

When it comes to creating a faster racer, the foundation needs to stem from balance.  The concept of core body strength and functional integration is being discussed in every form of media and across...

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Seven Simple Tips to find More Speed

Number 1: Practice Specific Race Scenarios Set up your practice sessions to simulate a true race scenario (duration, track conditions and intensity levels). Skills associated with racing require that you are able to manage...

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7 Rules for Recovering Quickly from an Illness

The body provides you many indicators that it is fatigued and susceptible to illness: elevated heart rate, high body temperature, suppressed appetite, declines in athletic performance, poor sleeping patterns and more.  Though these indicators...