All posts by: James Hewitt

Can You ‘Stress-Proof’ Yourself With Exercise?

any of us try to dissolve the worries of the day in a pool of sweat on the treadmill or spin-bike, but growing evidence supports the idea that exercise can have a more long-lasting impact on our capacity to cope […]

A Fresh Approach To Goal Setting

ind out how you can ‘hack’ the goal setting process to significantly increase the probability of achieving your goals. Goal setting should be a fundamental part of any training programme. Many of us set goals, but unfortunately, human beings are […]

Formula One Arrives In Davos

recently attended the World Economic Forum Annual Gathering in Davos to lead a workshop with Hintsa as part of their contribution to the WEF’s ‘Peak Performance’ sessions. Read on to find out more about my time in Davos. Early on the morning of […]

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Top Tips For Criterium Racing

ind out more about criterium racing. What level of fitness do you require? What are the top 3 skills for criterium racing and how should you train? What level of cycling fitness do I require to compete in a entry […]

How To Plan A Cycling Training Programme (Part 2)

n part 1, we explored the first four stages in planning a cycling training programme: what questions should you ask yourself and how should you decide on and define your goals. In part 2, learn more about the practicalities of […]

How To Plan A Cycling Training Programme (Part 1)

ind out how to plan a cycling training programme & discover which questions you should ask yourself to unlock more of your cycling potential. Separate The Signal From The Noise It’s clear that structured training works but there is no single ‘best […]

Girona Pre-season Training Camp

Join me on a pre-season performance training camp, professionally guided and supported by GPM10, in the heart of Catalonia. Girona is fast becoming the established hub of the professional cycling community, and not without good reason. The area offers a […]

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What To Wear For Winter Cycling

The Science Of Staying Warm ind out how can to regulate your body temperature, ride in more comfort and improve cycling performance this winter. Through the year and even within a single ride, riders can be exposed to a wide […]

Nutrition In Professional Cycling

xplore how professional cyclists prepare for competition and look at how this has changed over the last 10 years. What does the evidence say and are there any lessons to help improve the performance of ‘everyday’ enthusiast endurance athletes? Much […]

Polarise Your Training To Improve Performance?

n part 2 of this mini-series, we explored how cyclists can use blood lactate to their advantage. One of the outcomes of this understanding could be represented in a ‘polarised’ approach to training. Polarised training essentially uses a 3 zone […]