CCNS athlete Kristin Anderson battled through more than a few tough races this season (hello Quabbin RR 2019!) on her way to a strong cyclocross campaign. Her CX season culminated in an upgrade to Category 3.
Did you know that most athletes OVER-ESTIMATE their FTP and end up training too hard? A CCNS LT Test and Aerobic Assessment is a great way to assess your year and prepare for your 2020 season. It’s also a key part of our CCNS athlete startup protocol.
CCNS athlete Lisa Lochner is a great example of how being willing to try something new can work out great! She’s also a perfect case example of why cyclocross is so popular these days. We sat down with her as she is halfway through her furst full season of ‘cross.
We are thrilled to welcome a Vivien to CCNS. He spent much of his summer off from college at the office, getting know to many of our clients, and helping us plan some fun CCNS projects that are coming up!
CCNS athletes have been enjoying solid early season results during the months of March and April. Whether you are a new racer or a seasoned master, congratulations to everyone who is seeing the rewards for their hard training!
Check out this great highlight of a CCNS athlete, and her phenomenal weightloss success!
CCNS athlete Sarah Hreha has got her sights on one of cycling’s oldest achievements! Riding from Paris, France to Brest, France, and then back again. This is a ride not measured in hours, but in days! She has finished rides of 300, 400 and 600k in preparation for France in 2019. We sat down with […]
CCNS athlete Anthony Vecca has been around cycling for a long time. He’s a regular at New England mountain bike and cyclocross races, and he always is out there having a good time. His success story is all about 2018 though, as he has progressed from a Category 4 cyclocross racer to a Category 2 […]
CCNS athlete David Fusfeld has been on a tear all year long. He has lost almost 30 pounds in 6 months! He is becoming a faster runner and he’s crushing his personal goals! We spoke with him to talk about balancing his family life with his weight loss and training goals.
As a runner you’re going to find yourself at a crossroad. Should you work up a sweat outside or do you pay your local gym a visit and run on their treadmill for 30 minutes? This is a question that many runners face and while some may think that both are exactly the same, there […]