Monthly Archives: December 2011

Racing Cyclocross in the Cold: The “Don’ts”

The “Don’ts” The preface: Of all the blogs I plan on writing about racing cyclocross in the cold, this is the one that will be the most controversial. This is because when you write about “don’ts” it’s mainly because people … Continue reading

Posted in Boynton Coaching's Blog | Leave a comment

Racing Cyclocross in the Cold: The Warm-Up

The Warm-Up Before we even consider what temperature cyclocross is raced at, the nature of the sport makes a good warm-up imperative. Cyclocross is a relatively short endurance event that begins with an all out effort. These two factors alone … Continue reading

Posted in Boynton Coaching's Blog | Leave a comment

Racing Cyclocross in the Cold: The Basics of Thermoregulation

The Basics of Thermoregulation This year Wisconsin will host Cyclocross Nationals during its coldest month of the year. With an average high of 28 ˚F and an average low of 10 ˚F it could quite possibly be the coldest conditions … Continue reading

Posted in Boynton Coaching's Blog | Leave a comment