As the 2019 season draws to a close, we catch up with our Vitfor Future Champions athletes to find out how this innovative program has helped them achieve their cycling goals.
The concept of low carbohydrate training is hardly new and has been shown to support the maximising of your training adaptations. But, how do you best incorporate it into your training? Here are our top tips for low carb training from Vitfor Performance Nutritionist, David Starr.
Injuries that get in the way of training can be a pain at the best of times. But how should you approach training with an injury if you're about to tackle an important event? Find out how Team Vitfor OTE athlete is coping with her injury on the road to the Kona 2019 Ironman World Championships.
Danni Khan is an athlete on a mission. The first rider to be accepted onto Vitfor's Future Champions project, she's determined to make it onto the pro world tour team.
Vitfor's Future Champions project is aimed at supporting up-and-coming young riders to make it to the top of their sport. Find out more about this unique program and how to apply for the 2020 season.
It wasn’t that long ago that Charlie Tanfield was known only to his friends, family and the Vitfor coaching team. Now that Charlie is a Commonwealth Gold Individual Pursuit medallist, he’s the talk of the town! Before joining the pre-ranks, Charlie and his brother Harry were trained by Vitfor Performance Director, Craig Stevenson, for over … Continue reading No-chopper Charlie
Amy Souter, was crowned British Cycling XCM National Champion in 2017 having only taken up the sport some 4 years earlier. Here she shares the story of her road to success.
Training works by triggering the body into a response or adaptation. Here, we look at the basics of training adaptation and the importance of training zones in your program.
Choosing a professional bike fit isn't just about improving performance; it could also be the key to reducing injury. Here's what to look for from your bike fit.
'Zones' are commonly used in cycling and running training as a way of measuring the intensity you should be training at. Read here to find out more about training zones and how you can measure yours.