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“Cycling in Alignment” is the brainchild of Colby Pearce, a U.S. Olympic track cyclist and Hour Record holder. Colby has been a Steve Hogg Certified expert bike fitter for the past 10 years, and has worked with elite athletes and WorldTour teams, including EF Education First. He is also an elite coach and has been passing along his wisdom to the riders he coaches for decades. Now he’s bringing that insight to you! When he says he’s the world’s biggest cycling dork, he means it, and he has th ...
 
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Back for a solo episode to demystify some common false beliefs about cycling. I will clarify some falsehoods related to cadence and some common misconceptions about suffering in the saddle. I expand on the idea that poor breathing is a systemic problem in our culture and outline the correct technique. Finally, I'll share some ideas around expanding…
 
Jason Williams, Retül fitter at the Specialized Experience Center in Boulder, is here to discuss the methodology of Retül fitting and how the technology is used to help fitters make decisions during their fit process. We delve into the strengths and potential pitfalls of using comparative data. We also discuss the current trend of road riders slamm…
 
Happy Freedman is a 40-year bike fitting veteran and expert. Prepare yourselves for another round of bike-fitting nerd-dom. Happy and I don't agree on every aspect of bike fitting, so I hope you find the explanations of our respective thought processes helpful. We share our separate opinions on the merits and pitfalls of selling bike saddles, seat-…
 
Jerry Gerlich, a Steve Hogg Certified bike fitter based in Austin, Texas and I go way back and share a lot of common knowledge about bike fitting due to our mutual teacher and mentor, Steve Hogg. We dork out big time and get honest about fitting mistakes and learning how to reframe those experiences as learning tools. We relate Jerry’s musical tale…
 
After starting with a disclaimer, that he is not a doctor, Colby outlines a few guidelines for supplements. First, understand the concept of bio-individuality. Next, know that eating good, healthy food should always the first choice when you want to increase your body's performance. Absolutely use discernment when reading labels and marketing mater…
 
Gluten is bad news for your body and today we've got an expert in the subject who will explain exactly what the long-term effects of consuming gluten are. Trevor Connor, who you know as the host of Fast Talk is also the CEO of The Paleo Diet. We talked about keto and carnivore and veganism; we talk a lot about gluten and specifically the challenges…
 
The paradigm of climbing an endless mountain paints the picture of an athletic journey that at points will be fraught with endless comparisons to other athletes, and devastating setbacks with illness or injury. What if training and racing is more of an orbital journey? Your goal is one point of the orbit. At halfway, you can see your goal on the ho…
 
Greg Choat is a cycling coach and bike fitter with decades of experience, whose bike fitting knowledge traces back to the expertise of Steve Hogg. Understanding the quintessential difficulty of a bike fitter's challenge is most aptly painted in this proverb quoted by Greg in the show, "Man is to bicycle as fish is to elephant." Helping a human body…
 
Former guest on the podcast, triathlete and Feet Freex shoe creator, Jessi Stensland is here to unpack more of her evolution as an athlete. Starting as a D1 swimmer, making the Olympic trials, transitioning to triathlon, and finally competing in ultra Mountain Bike races are all a part Jessi's athletic journey. Her continued athletic evolution has …
 
The essence of what training in alignment looks like began to crystallize in my mind through an email exchange with a listener of the podcast. "As you've identified in your show amateurs look at pros for things like training, not realizing that all pros do is ride, sleep and eat. For those of us who race, how much training is too much. Where is the…
 
Time Trial position is tricky at best. Contortionism is the most appropriate word to describe the skill you must be able to master if you seek to be the fastest and most aero in a time trial. Riding in a time trial position is an increased functional load when compared to road riding. The wider the handlebars, the wider the base of support, the nar…
 
James Wilson is the owner and founder of MTB Strength Systems. He is a mountain bike, strength, and Jujitsu coach based in Grand Junction, CO. He is also the inventor of the Catalyst Pedal. He has pioneered many advanced perspectives on strength training for cyclists, producing content on this topic starting in 2005. Our conversation includes James…
 
Moninger the greatest American cyclist to never have ridden the Tour de France. Scott Moninger is a crafty all-around racer who has victories in road races, criteriums, time trials, and state races. He's a versatile rider and a passionate athlete with a deep love for the sport. His characteristically stoic expression on the bike and ruthless compet…
 
So many of my clients have questions and run into issues about saddle sores, and man, when you get a bad one, it can be really bad. I have actually had a couple of clients that suffered so severely, they had to have surgery. When you sit on a saddle, that's a lot of weight on a very small surface area. There's the weight of the torso, the weight of…
 
Group rides are dead. Unpopular opinion number one. Even in ostensibly safe scenarios, group rides are dangerous. Rides are too big; riders are too brash; vehicles are too numerous, and drivers are too distracted. Other potentially unpopular opinions of Colby’s are related to indoor riding. He outlines some of the pros and cons of Zwifting, includi…
 
My friend and colleague, Julie Young, sent me an email asking some deep, thoughtful questions about fitting riders properly on their mountain bikes. The central theme was around steeper seat tube angles on many modern mountain bikes and how that it is challenging and sometimes impossible to get a rider's saddle offset far enough back behind the bot…
 
In the first installment of this two-part series on How to Pedal a Bike, you learned the basics of my philosophy of how to pedal a bike. Humans are meant to push down so we need to understand how to optimize that motion for cycling. We're going to break down how to pedal in different conditions. We will look at the demands of the event that will he…
 
Daniel Holloway is a professional cyclist who races for Texas Roadhouse and is a 20 x US National Champion, a Pan Am Games gold medalist, and a member of the US National Long team for the 2021 Olympics in Tokyo. I met Daniel when he was a junior racing on the track, sometime around 2004. Years later, when I had the opportunity to race some of the E…
 
Many riders come into the fit studio struggling with their bicycle saddles. In this aspect of bike fitting, the end goal is to have a saddle disappear, where you don't think about it for one hour, you don't think about it for three hours, you don't think about it for five hours, you don't even think about it when you get home. There's no chafing, t…
 
In a continuation in our two-part series about wellness, Dr. Scott Storrie continues to dissect a myriad of elements that go into making a well-rounded athlete. Scott is a medical practitioner with over three decades of experience specializing in naturopathic endocrinology, utilizing diet, supplementation, balancing neurotransmitters, with the syne…
 
Today's episode is a special one; we've got Trevor Connor, Host of Fast Talk, and Rocco Orlando, Army Veteran, and athlete, here to discuss their respective journeys into the dark world called: overtraining. Each of these men has a poignant story to tell. The idea behind sharing these stories is that you, the listener, will get a feel for what happ…
 
Steve Hogg, veteran bike fitter known for his expertise and attention to detail throughout the cycling world. Steve stopped counting bike fit customers after he reached 10,000 over a decade ago but is always fine-tuning and improving his methods for helping riders have the healthiest physiological relationship with their bikes to reduce injury and …
 
Physical therapist, Ron Kochevar, joins Colby to deconstruct belief systems around your individual capabilities. This relates to pain and being able to bring yourself into the right mental space to help your body with the healing process. Ron emphasizes the importance of stopping in the moment in order to work on retraining your brain to have a new…
 
Dr. Scott Storrie is a wellness practitioner who is a Board Certified Naturopathic Endocrinologist, a licensed Acupuncturist, and a licensed Chiropractor. Some of the therapies that he and Colby review in this podcast include Lymph Drainage Therapy, Japanese Acupuncture, Visceral Manipulation, Laserology, They review the spectrum of a well-balanced…
 
Lentine Alexis is a former pro triathlete and a classically trained Chef who has made quality food and well-being the focus of her life and work. In this episode she and Colby trace her journey back to the beginning of her athletic career in high school and her almost simultaneous intrigue into the world of quality food ingredients, paired with the…
 
This is the Meditation portion of Podcast Episode 21: Meditation on the Bike; uploaded here separately from the full episode for you to utilize with more ease. #1) First of all, we'd prefer ideally free to pick flat or mostly flat terrain, terrain that is not obfuscated with a lot of things like stoplights and potholes and people not a busy bike pa…
 
"I think that it can be useful for us to think about moving meditation like a gateway drug, a way to step into a meditative practice. Maybe it will grow and develop into different ways. If you do it for a while, then you might be inspired to explore other paths of meditation. In my experience, working with different clients and different personalit…
 
Here to unpack the duality of data and intuition in endurance athletics is cycling coach and former World Tour cyclist, Julie Young. She and Colby unpack some of the struggles they each faced in their earlier racing careers around doping in the sport. The main focus of this conversation is to understand the helpful and healthy place for data and an…
 
In today's episode, Colby Pearce, a Steve Hogg Certified bike fitter, sits down with Chris Case, host of Fast Talk, 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 today's episode. Resources: https://www.anatomytrains.com/b…
 
Greetings and salutations, listeners. I am so excited for today’s show, the guest is none other than Paul Chek. I have been a student of Paul’s for a few years now, and I am so grateful and honored he has taken time to speak to my audience. Paul Chek has been an exercise coach for over three and a half decades, but he is much more than someone who …
 
In his continued efforts to help you find balance between life and sport, in this episode Colby focuses on the six foundational principles of a well-balanced life, as prescribed by Paul Chek of the Chek Institute. As a proponent of Chek’s methods and philosophy, Colby will walk through the practical applications of each of these for cyclists. The s…
 
Jess Elliott is an experienced strength and conditioning coach working at EXOS, and as an affiliate faculty member at Metropolitan State University of Denver. Jess is here to help you understand why it is so important to make time for off-the-bike strength and conditioning work. The low-impact aspect of cycling is advantageous to your body in many …
 
The fundamentals of cycling are simple; even small children do it. Yet it’s vital that we occasionally revisit the core principles of our favorite sport. In this episode of Cycling in Alignment, Colby outlines many of the key components of cycling, including the physical characteristics that make for great cyclists. He also ponders the question: if…
 
Travis Brown is an Olympian and a mountain bike Hall of Fame inductee. His road to the Olympic Games was twisty and narrow, and often fraught with obstacles—not unlike a section of Rocky Mountain singletrack. In today’s episode, listen to his conversation with Colby to hear about how he began his return from a severe leg injury on the bike, even be…
 
As an athlete, specifically a cyclist, you know that your diet greatly affects your performance on the bike. Your ability to go hard and long depends to some extent on what you've been fueling yourself with. Colby isn't and doesn't claim to be a dietitian or nutritionist; that said, this podcast is a collection of his thoughts on wholesome, clean e…
 
Jessi Stensland, the creator of FeetFreex, a website designed to help people connect with their healthy, strong feet, and re-establish a connection with nature. Thanks for coming along with us to experience Jessi’s powerful journey and listen to the lessons she’s discovered along the way. She has deeply developed her relationship with her body in t…
 
Your feet are a critical component to the cycling experience. Proper alignment between feet and body is one of the keys to both power and comfort on a bike. Because of the repetitive motion of pedaling, any issues you might have are compounded by the thousands of kilometers you endure, and you can quickly exacerbate poor foot pronation or supinatio…
 
Today on Cycling in Alignment we take a step back, off the bike, to focus on the alignment of your mental state. Every activity can be classified as “yin” or “yang” according to ancient Chinese philosophy. You’ve likely seen the interlaced black and white circle representative of this philosophy; the symbol illustrates how seemingly opposite forces…
 
Mountain biker Lydia Tanner has won two collegiate national championships and raced internationally with Team USA. She is a long time coach at Boulder Junior Cycling and content strategist at TrainingPeaks. You may have read some of her gear reviews in Bike Magazine. Colby once coached Lydia, and in this interview, she recalls her apathy toward tra…
 
Which cycling shoes should I buy? This may seem like a straightforward question. But the better thing to ask is: Which shoes are right for my feet? If you’ve been a professional cyclist with extensive experience as a bike fitter, like show host Colby Pearce, the answer to that more complex question becomes an hour-long podcast, filled with the nuan…
 
Long-time friends, training partners & competitors, Jonathan Vaughters and Colby Pearce have a deep racing history and relationship. Colby & JV first discuss their early training techniques, taught to them by their first cycling coach, Adrie Van Diemen, a Dutch exercise physiologist now with UAE Team Emirates. Vaughters, who has coached many pro cy…
 
This short bonus episode is meant to clarify that formulas are a useful starting point in cycling and training. Formulas can help you race a faster time trial, to gauge how many bottles per hour you need to consume during a long ride in the mountains, and how long a break should be taken in between. A formula is a proxy for experience. As always, t…
 
Nikki Costello, lifestyle coach with the CHEK Institute, operator of MyWholeBody, and an experienced ELDOA teacher—in English, it stands for Longitudinal Osteo-Articular Decoaptation Stretching—a practice that she and Colby discuss at length. http://mywholebody.net/about-us/nikki-costello/ Anatomy Trains https://www.anatomytrains.com/ Weston A. Pri…
 
Charlie Merrill, physical therapist and Tabi shoe enthusiast, takes a deep dive on pain in this week’s episode of Cycling in Alignment. https://www.mperformance.com/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/MPerformanceBoulder Kit Laughlin: https://stretchtherapy.net/Peter O’Sullivan: http://www.pain-ed.com/team/Stu McGill: https://www.backfitpro.com/a…
 
Dr. Allen Lim, founder of Skratch Labs, is today’s esteemed philosopher. REFERENCESLUX camp June 15 - July 15Dr. Allen Lim https://www.doctorallenlim.comSkratch Labs https://www.skratchlabs.com/Dr. Stacy Sims https://www.drstacysims.com/Chek https://chekinstitute.com/product/holistic-health-and-performance-for-women-e-learning/Instagram https://www…
 
When strict stay-at-home orders first struck Spain months ago, Nathan Haas, who rides for the Cofidis WorldTour team, was at his adopted home in Girona. Colby Pearce, who has known Nathan for many years, shared a deep conversation about their longing for nature, made ever more vivid and poignant due to the Australian’s confinement in the medieval S…
 
My goal is to help people express their highest potential by illuminating a path that enables alignment with truth and coherence. There will be some episodes without guests in which I divulge the intricacies of riding a bike. Other times I will invite guests, some of whom come from the sport of cycling. Other guests may not come from cycling, but t…
 
The "Cycling in Alignment” podcast is the brainchild of Colby Pearce, a U.S. Olympic track cyclist & Hour Record holder. Colby has been a Steve Hogg Certified expert bike fitter for 10 years & has worked with elite athletes and WorldTour teams. Alignment with nature, foundational principles of health, and treating the sport as a practice are some o…
 
Book: The Man Code: A Woman’s Guide To Cracking The Tough Guy. David Good defines “man code” as an unwritten code of conduct that governs the standard to which a man holds himself and other men. It is a guide to masculinity, as well as to the high degree of respect a man should pay the women in his life. “Understanding the code,” David says, “empow…
 
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