Three days down, eight to go…. My Route 66 record attempt was well under way and almost a quarter of the way through…. Stage Four: After losing over an hour the day before to the park being closed, we lost a further hour to the park opening the on Stage […]Read More
The Coach’s Blog
In our new feature ‘The Coach’s Blog’ – Direct Power Coaching and Nutritionally Fit Head Coach, Pav Bryan will be sharing his tips and advice on training, fitness and nutrition.
My Route 66 World Record attempt actually started almost two years ago. I was walking in Santa Monica, with one of my best friends, discussing my life transformation. When I was at my lowest, I was admitted to mental hospital, an alcoholic and an addict. I had gone from being […]Read More
How to be your own coach – because why wouldn’t I help you make people like me redundant…! In this article I’m going to coach you through how to make the most of self-training and turn you into your own Coach! Why not start by checking out my webinar on Training: […]Read More
Arguably the oldest form of racing on our British roads and one of the most accessible, time trialing was born in 1895 long before road racing was made legal. Still a popular discipline amongst road cyclists at all levels, as well stages in UCI World Tours, it’s a great way to […]Read More
The Ultimate Busy-Persons Guide to Nutrition – You get up early, too early to make a nutritious breakfast, perhaps too early to even make any breakfast at home so you get something on the way or even skip the meal entirely. Sound like you? You work far enough from home […]Read More
Traditional coaching has sometimes missed or glossed over how to train your brain. It’s been something that has been used successfully in professional sports for many years and I feel it might be the next big change in the way amateur coaches treat clients. No more blanket “tough love” approach […]Read More