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    Svein Tuft (Pro Cyclist) in depth Q&A

    He was the oldest rider at this years (2017) Giro and he’s been a professional cyclist for over 15yrs. He has just become the national Canadian TT champion, first ever to record 10 x TT national wins. He has a different background to most in …

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    Blog 17 (Eoin Lynch): Not Blowing Fuses….

    Blog- Recovery Week.. After a solid 5 week training block, it was time for me to take a recovery week this week. I am lucky to not be following a very specific training plan so have the freedom to push harder or take it easier …

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    Blog 16 (Eoin Lynch): Pro Cycling Sourdough

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    Having only heard of sourdough bread on the menu of cafés caught in a vein attempt of seeming trendy, I never gave it much attention or interest.   I am lucky that my cycling coach not only teaches me how to train properly but also …

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    Digital Detox 2017

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    The Best Detox Money Can Buy   Wait….. it doesn’t cost anything   Do it:  

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    Blog 15 (Eoin Lynch): Its not all about the Food

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    At this time of the year when a lot of people evaluate what they eat and try improve their diet I thought it would be worthwhile to pass on information from an Infographic by sports scientist Yann le Meur on the factors that affect food …

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    Blog 14 (Eoin Lynch): Christmas

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    The run up to Christmas.. The busiest time for retailers and food producers but probably the quietest time for a nutritionist.. People wait until January 1 to ring up Barry or another nutritionist and then start eating perfectly, for definite this time, for once and …

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    Blog 13 (Eoin Lynch): 10,000hrs and Outliers

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    After reading Malcolm Gladwell’s “Outliers” and learning about the 10,000 hour rule anyone would be left feeling like they have a lot of work to do to become a master of a discipline. There is always a quality vs. quantity debate in cycling training but …

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    Blog 12 (Eoin Lynch): Dec or Sept-ember

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    Fail to prepare, prepare to fail they say.. To prepare for the winter training I did the ordinary things like making sure I had a jacket, gloves, tyres and the likes that were fit for purpose. Yes, the Irish winter can turn you off training …

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    Blog 11 (Eoin Lynch): Girona

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    Aged 11, I got my first job working on a neighbour’s sheep farm every Saturday because I enjoyed the work. The machines, fencing and animals on the farm were top notch. When other 11 year olds were going to birthday parties and football on a …

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    Blog 10 (Eoin Lynch) Enjoying the Process

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    Initially, I felt that I shouldn’t write a blog. I am not an expert bike rider, haven’t won a lot of big races and have no right or interest in telling people how to do things. All I can say is that if you are …

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