How You Can Make Training4cyclists.com Even Better

Training4cyclists.com has many visitors who like to read about heart rate monitors, power meters and cycling training in general. Currently, there are more than 450 600 unique visitors every day, but I want to make Training4cyclists.com even more prominent and, more importantly, even better. Thus I would like you to help me make this blog better known and more interactive.

1. Comment on posts
By posting a comment, you have the opportunity to ask questions related to the post and get answers. This is a perfect way to make Training4cyclists.com interactive. Until now, I have answered 90% of all comments posted, and I do my best to answer comments within 24hrs. If you check the ‘Notify me of follow-up comments, you will be sure to see an answer from one of the many experienced readers or me. Some of my articles have had a lot of comments:
What is your lowest heart rate ever? (38 104 comments)
 – Effective programs for indoor cycling (19 23 comments)

2. Send ideas
I still have many ideas for topics on Training4cyclists.com, but you likely have a good idea for a post that you would like me to discuss. If that is the case, give me a hint, and I will see what I can do about it.

3. Write articles
I haven’t tried to have guest bloggers writing articles for me yet. Still, suppose you are interested in writing quality articles about cycling training, heart rate monitors, wattage training or something related to these topics. In that case, there is a chance we can make a deal. Contact me for more info.

4. Link to training4cyclists.com
Adding links to websites, blogs, and discussion forums on the internet is an excellent way to help training4cyclists.com to grow. Every link pointing to Training4cyclists.com is a big help because it adds visitors to my site and favours my rank in the search engines. If you don’t have a blog, an excellent place to start is to get a free blog from WordPress.

5 thoughts on “How You Can Make Training4cyclists.com Even Better”

  1. Just found this site – very cool and I think may be just what I’ve been looking for since I just started serious training. Last year was my first year racing and just “winged it” as far as training went. Did pretty good anyway (beginner’s luck no doubt), but I’m sure if I want to upgrade this year, my training’s gonna have to be a lot less haphazard and more focused. So I’m looking forward to reading through your site (just subscribed too)!

  2. I found your site via Endless Cycle. I think it’s going to be a big help as I am a fairly new cyclist who is training for a century at the end of summer. I am using the book 7-week cycling training program by Chris Sidwells for winter riding, as it has adapted some of the days for the indoor trainer. If you have more suggestions for getting the maximum benefits from the indoor trainer, that would be great.

  3. Fitness for Cricket - David Hinchliffe

    I admit I don’t have a clue about cycling training, or even own a bike.

    What I can say is that it’s great to see another well written blog in the sport/fitness arena doing well and growing fast. Keep up the interesting work!

  4. This is one great site. Have come back to cycling after 10 years off with us having kids etc (and another on the way)- i am now 37, and did no sports of any kind in that period. Have already had some good improvements using the indoor trainer. Seriously though i only have about 6-8 hours max for training available and am trying to device a balanced programme that will allow me to be somewhat competitive in local C or B grade races. Any thoughts would be more than welcome. Will give you some feedback as i progress.

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