It is an ongoing process, and although we would want it to be, things rarely go in a linear fashion. Along the road many pattern,questions and misconceptions seem to appear, therefore in this article I am going to address those common questions, misconceptions about the MAF training method.
Why am I not seeing improvement at MAF? Why do I slow down? Do I need to do MAF tests if I don’t race? Those and other questions answered with my personal experience.
Should I be in it? Would I get laid if I do it? Would it pay my house loan? Many other questions and answers about nutritional ketosis for cycling and endurance sports in general.
As both a coach and an athlete, I think this story perfectly illustrates a point that gets missed quite often. What point you ask. Well let me tell you a story…
Fighter jets and cold war secrets and what the two have to do with custom bicycle frame building.
A custom bicycle frame is more than just geometry. Riders grow and so does the bicycle to suit them, however, is it a question of just increasing/decreasing tube length? It all starts with something more basic
Life is too short to ride poor handling bikes. A custom made to measure frame, conversely to conventional wisdom, is not reserved for the oddly proportioned. Part 1 of the theoretical frame building series focuses on geometry.
“Does MAF work? Will I get faster?” Read on for more answers. This is the article for you.
This is the second out of a three part series of articles on my extremely positive and continuing experience with the MAF method developed by Dr. Phil Maffetone.
I hope you live a life you’re proud of. If you find that you’re not, I hope you have the courage to start all over again.
Part 1 of my many experiences with Dr. Phil Maffetone’s training principles and beyond.
You never change things by fighting the existing reality.
To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.
-R. Buckminster Fuller
Knowing ‘Why?’ you do something is the ultimate way to take responsibility for your wellbeing on your way to a low carb/high fat ketogenic diet for cycling
On this page you will find an ever increasing list of books and publications on what I have found to be a great places to further educate yourself when it comes to becoming a better person and consequently a substantially changed in a positive way (endurance) athlete.