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  • What kind of rider are you? Do you know your physiological strengths and weaknesses? What kind of training and nutrition is best suited to your specific metabolic abilities? Achieve is excited to announce we’ve partnered with INSCYD, the world’s most advanced performance analysis software and secret weapon of world class pros. Get the most out […]

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  • A week in Chianti – An inGamba story

    By Sofia Marin | In General | on July 5, 2017

    After months of excitement leading up to our Achieve InGamba trip to Tuscany, I found myself in the back of an E-class winding its way through a labyrinth of narrow streets in Florence. It was around midnight local time.  Antonio was an excellent driver. He greeted me at the airport with a warmth that I […]

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  • by Dana Williams Date: April 21, 2017 Teammates: Matt Adams The plan: Play off each other (attack and counter attack), mark aggressive moves and figure out the finish when we got there, but the goal was to get the win. Course: One of the main attractions of the Sea Otter Classic Circuit Race is that […]

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  • Athlete Profile: Kyle Beikirch balances demanding job with cycling goals Meet Kyle Beikirch. Like many Achieve athletes and Bay Area locals, Kyle works in the demanding tech industry balancing a busy schedule of work, cycling and social commitments. For work, he leads a team of web developers on the Audi account for the digital advertising […]

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  • VIDEO BLOG: Coach Ryan talks Bike Fit

    By Sofia Marin | In General, Video | on March 2, 2017

    Do you want to learn more about bike fit? Why does it matter? What are the most common mistakes and myths? We chat with Achieve Coach and distinguished bike fitter Ryan Moore to discuss his bike fit philosophy and common misconceptions about bike fit. Coach Ryan will be leading an Achieve Lecture on Thursday March 9 […]

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  • Cold weather and rainy days can kill motivation when it comes to riding outside for long periods of time. So how can you get the most out of winter training without constantly subjecting yourself to frigid conditions? In comes the trainer. You can get an extremely efficient workout on a trainer or rollers, especially if […]

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  • Do you have proper squat form? AchievePTC Coach Sofia Marin demonstrates the “Chair of Death” drill to help improve and hone your squat form in the gym.  Master the Chair of Death and you’ll be crushing squats in no time. This drill will promote proper body mechanics during your squat, including hinging at the hips and engaging your glutes […]

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  • Achieve Coaches Share Gratitude

    By Sofia Marin | In General, Nutrition Tips | on November 23, 2016

    It’s nearly time for the holidays.  While for many it can be a busy time of year, we thought we’d take a moment to slow down and give thanks. We asked each of the AchievePTC coaches to tell us what they love most about coaching and share any tips they find useful to experience more […]

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  • Why You Need A Coach

    By Sofia Marin | In General, Optimal Performance | on November 11, 2016

    Do you ever wonder if you’re doing it right? Does your fitness feel like a luck of the draw, an enigmatic triumph you can’t seem to pin down? Do you lose motivation as the season progresses? Do you feel unable to balance all of life’s priorities? Do you need a reminder that you have what […]

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  • Celebrating Athlete Achievements in 2016

    By Sofia Marin | In General | on October 25, 2016

    2016 has been a fantastic year for AchievePTC athletes! From winning local races, to riding a bike across America, to getting more fit, Achieve athletes made incredible strides and gains as they pushed and challenged themselves on their way to accomplishing their goals. And they did it all while maintaining balance in other aspects of […]

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