RoadCycling podcast 008 – Logan Griffin on junior coaching & the warm up

Logan Griffin of Spoken Coaching took the time out to chat to us in this week's RoadCycling podcast.  Griffin talked to us about junior coaching and the benefits of the practical approach there.  He also gave us his insight on the warm up, the how to's amongst a whole world of different opinions on what works and what doesn't.

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Logan Griffin talks about the practical approach to junior coaching as well as the how to's of the warm up, photo Bob's Bikes

Logan Griffin of Spoken Coaching took the time out to chat to us in this week’s RoadCycling podcast.  Griffin talked to us about junior coaching and the benefits of the practical approach there.  He also gave us his insight on the warm up, the how to’s amongst a whole world of different opinions on what works and what doesn’t.

 

What is it that has New Zealand’s junior cyclists – particularly on the track – setting the standard among the top nations in the world?  What are the benefits of the practical race-alongside-your-riders approach that Logan likes to adopt where possible with the riders in his care?  Are there any warm up practices that have been widely accepted but really just don’t work?  We ask all these questions and more in this week’s RoadCycling podcast.

 

To find out more about Logan Griffin or Spoken Coaching click here. To listen to our other episodes of the RoadCycling podcast click here.

 

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