A good bike saddle is one you can completely forget about when riding: no chafing, scarring, or saddle sores. In order to find a saddle that works for you, Colby talks about the anatomy of the human undercarriage and how different saddle shapes can bring you ultimate comfort.
Colby Pearce continues his conversation with Dr. Scott Storrie to dissect a myriad of elements that go into making a well-rounded athlete.
Master bike fitter, Steve Hogg, discusses how to have the healthiest physiological relationship with your bikes to reduce injury and increase performance through bike fitting.
Physical therapist, Ron Kochevar, deconstructs his belief systems around your individual capabilities such as pain and being in the right mental space to help your body heal.
Dr. Scott Storrie, an extensively trained wellness practitioner, talks about various physical therapies and healthy diets with Colby Pearce.
Former pro triathlete and classically trained Chef, Lentine Alexis, retells her life story of athletics to food and travel to explain the importance of the body’s relationship to quality food.
Pick a flat or mostly flat terrain, start biking, then listen to Colby Pearce's moving meditation podcast to relax and think deeply as you ride.
Train by data or train by feel? Here to unpack the duality of data and intuition in endurance athletics is cycling coach and former pro cyclist, Julie Young.
Colby Pearce, a Steve Hogg certified bike fitter, sits down with Chris Case to dissect the minutiae of how to pedal a bike. Saddle position, ankling, dead legged drills, plantar and dorsal flexion of the foot, all of this and much more is unpacked in this episode.