Who am I?

Jesper Bondo MedhusMy name is Jesper Bondo Medhus. I am a medical doctor with a particular interest in cycling training. However, my interest in exercise physiology inspired me to study medicine at the University of Aarhus, Denmark, in 2001.

I work as a clinical physiology and nuclear medicine consultant at the Hospital of Vejle.

I write articles for my blog www.Training4cyclists.com and previously worked as a personal coach for young, talented riders in Denmark in my spare time. These cyclists have represented the Danish national team at junior and under-23 levels in international races, world cups, and European championships.

Also, I’ve worked for three seasons with Mads W├╝rtz Schmidt, who won the U23 World Championship in Time Trial in 2015 and currently rides on the world tour for Israel Start-up Nation.

During the last 21 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 having excellent knowledge about exercise physiology and being up-to-date with the latest research results is essential.

Tools of the trade

I use different equipment, software, and services to run this website. Here are some, but not all of them:

Aweber (for my 6,000+ email subscribers)

Canon 7d mark ii (DSLR camera)

Canon 200mm f/2.8 (my favorite tele lens)

Youtube (made a few videos using Animoto)

Fiverr (for different website issues)

Case studies

Bronze Medal at 3K Pursuit World Championships – Age Group 45 to 49

Time Effective Cycling Training = Success

The Story Behind the 12-Week Winter Training Program

Time Effective Cycling Training- A Guide to Better Performance with Less Effort

Time Effective Cycling Training culminated in my years of experience training some of the top cyclists across Denmark. It is a downloadable PDF designed to help road cyclists, mountain bikers, and triathletes 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: you can get faster by training less.

How can you help me in 2024

  • Feedback/suggestions/testimonials. If you have an idea for a post, please let me know. If you’ve tried one of my training programs, please leave a comment about your results. I read all comments and emails 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 training tips and programs here on Training4cyclists.com are at your own risk. Thus, I recommend seeing a doctor before entering 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, you might occasionally discover advertisements on my blog. There are also affiliate links among the outgoing links, which means I earn money if you purchase the product. I promise to make fair reviews and recommendations; anything else will hurt me in the long run. If you are interested in having ads on Training4cyclists.com, please don’t hesitate to contact me.

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