Time-Trialing is known as the "race of truth", and for good reason, because the discipline is simple: it's you verse the clock, racing to cover the course as quickly as possible.
But since Greg Lemond dramatically won the 1989 Tour de France in a final time-trial using aero equipment, the disciplines mantra has been transformed from pacing, strength, and efficiency, to one that focuses almost entirely on aerodynamic equipment.
For better or worse, aero equipment can be a costly investment necessary to be competitive in TT's.
But for Athlete Jordi Conrado, TT'ing is a discipline that is about more than equipment and tech, it's about testing himself, learning his limitations, honing pacing strategies, and analyzing race courses in detail.
In this episode of the BWC Podcast, Coach Brian interviews Athlete Jordi Conrado to detail the human element of Time-Trial performance and his personal journey in the "race of truth".
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We hope you enjoy this episode of the BWC Podcast, can relate to Jordi's journey, and utilize the lessons discussed as you close out 2019 & develop your 2020 goals!
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