Category Archives: Boynton Coaching’s Blog
Coaches Jason Boynton M.S. and Sean Burke M.S. are organizing a cycling science meet-up group at this year’s American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting. This will be occurring 5/27/2015 from 5:30-7:30 pm in San Diego, CA at the San … Continue reading
Recently a writer from Bloomberg Business called Jason for an interview. The topic they discussed was how women in New York were using cycling embrocation creams in place of tights during this year’s harsh winter. No, this is not a … Continue reading
A few months ago Coach Boynton was offered an international scholarship for a PhD program at Edith Cowan University in Perth WA, Australia. He has since accepted the offer and will be leaving the U.S. July 7th, 2015 to attend … Continue reading
All USA Cycling certified coaches are required to continue their education during the course of their certification. They do this through an array of different ways; some “active” and others more “passive”. Active methods include writing articles or giving presentations. … Continue reading
Listen to Coach Boynton explain how to apply science to your cycling in this episode of the Semi-Pro Podcast.
TrainingPeaks recently posted an updated version of Coach Boynton’s blog entitled Knowing Your Bioenergetic Systems and how They Relate to Cycling. Read it here.
Coach Boynton’s Finding Truth in Endurance Sport presentation was discussed in a recent Semi-Pro Cycling podcast. Check it out!
This year’s American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting was an awesome experience. Coach Boynton wrote a little blog about it for the ACSM website. You can check it out here.
Exercise physiologist and endurance coach Jason Boynton leads us through an introductory presentation of how to approach our sport critically. Abstract: Athletes who participate in endurance sports are constantly bombarded by claims that one thing or another will improve their … Continue reading