At Cobbled Coaching, we believe that certain aspects of coaching are essential for the coach – athlete relationship to be the most beneficial on your sporting performance. These things include communication, individualisation of training, and trust.
As no two athletes are the same, it is important to trust and get to know your coach so they can tailor your training around your life. This is vital in achieving the perfect stress – training balance and not managing this could be the reason you are struggling to reach your cycling goals.
We have developed a way in which we use the subjective data (how you are feeling, stress at work et) to back up your objective data (training information, resting heart rate etc) and this allows us to build patterns based on your individual behaviour and conclusively predict when you are going to perform at your best. This means, we can plan your training around your personal goals to make sure you are reaching your peak performance at the optimal time.
We pride ourselves on helping athletes both physically – on the bike and in the gym, but also mentally. No athlete will reach their peak performance with a negative mindset, so we work closely with all out athletes to make sure they are happy and healthy throughout the year and always thinking in a positive and beneficial way that will massively aid their performance.
Our qualified and experienced coaches have worked with a variety of athletes. From the pro-peloton, all the way to recreational club-level athletes. We cater for everyone. Whether you are wanting to shred a few kg’s or prepare for your next season that is full of UCI races, we are here to help you be in that top 1%, whenever you need it.
We use advanced scientific software’s to thoroughly analyse your data both on and off the bike and draw up detailed information and feedback that will enable you to have a better understanding towards your cycling performance and help guide you towards achieving all goals. So, if you are ready to step up, you’re training and achieve your cycling goals, then get in touch.