Who am I?
My name is Jesper Bondo Medhus. I am a medical doctor with a special interest in cycling training. In fact, my interest in exercise physiology inspired me to start studying medicine at the University of Aarhus, Denmark, back in 2001.
I work at Vejle Hospital as a consultant in clinical physiology and nuclear medicine.
In my spare time I write articles for my blog www.Training4cyclists.com and worked as a personal coach for talented riders in Denmark.
One of them was Mads Würtz Schmidt who won the U23 World Championship in Time Trialling in 2015 and has been on the World Tour for Team Katusha Alpecin since 2017.
During the last 19 years I have increased my knowledge about training, planning and physiology, and have always tried to give the best advice to my riders.
To be a good cycling coach, I think it is important to have a great knowledge about exercise physiology and to be up-to-date with the latest research results.
Time Effective Cycling Training was the culmination of my years of experience training some of the top cyclists across Denmark.
It comes as a downloadable PDF and is designed to help road cyclists, mountain bikers and triathletes to reach their full performance potential.
Time Effective Cycling Training is not a miracle cure or a “quick fix”. Instead, readers will get an insight into intelligent and proven scientific training principles that will accelerate their progress.
It takes a long-term view: that you can get faster by training less.
How you can help me in 2019?
- Feedback/suggestions/testimonials. If you have an idea for a post, please let me know about it. If you’ve tried one of my training programs, please leave a comment about your results. I read all comments and e-mails from my readers.
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Since I don’t know all of the 500.000 annual visitors here on Training4cyclists.com, I must emphasize that all training tips and programs here on Training4cyclists.com are performed on your own risk.
Thus, I have to recommend you to see a doctor, not me, before you enter one of my training programs
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I hope you appreciate my articles and training programs. Since most of the content is 100% free, once in while you might discover advertisements on my blog.
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Anything else will hurt me in the long run.
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Coaching and Personal advice
I’m not able to offer personal advice or coaching for free. I would love to help every single rider, but it is just not humanly possible to do so. And I feel terrible when I decline these requests.
Instead, do your best to read and understand the more than 250+ articles on my website and enjoy all the information here. If there are still unanswered questions, please just make a comment to the relevant article.
That way there is a better chance for you to get an answer from me or one of the readers.
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