BCSM is proud to offer a bigger and better Indoor Cycling Training Program for the 2009-2010 indoor season. From our humble beginning of two CompuTrainers and one session per week, we have grown to accommodating eight riders at a time in a dedicated indoor cycling studio. We use the latest in power training technology to offer you the best indoor cycling training on the planet...or at least in Boulder! Where else can you train indoors on your own bike using the latest in cycling technology while being coached by...
* An Olympic cycling champion?
* An Olympic coach?
* The coach of a current World Champion?
* A podium finisher at a 2007 Ironman triathlon?
* An elite cross country ski coach?
Train on your own bike using our power meters and our expert coaching staff to get the most from your workout in a fun and interactive environment. Up to eight riders at a time participate in CompuTrainer MultiRider workouts, races or in our new video race simulations. Use any bike: road, mountain or cross, as long as the back wheel is a slick (no tread). BCSM Indoor Cycling participants are eligible for discounted rates on physiology testing and coaching consultations.
- 15 minutes - setup and warmup
- 60 minutes - structured bike training
- 15 minutes - core stability (in most training sessions)
Neal Henderson is a former professional triathlete, a master's 35+ road racer and expert mountain bike racer, and the Manager of Sport Science for the Boulder Center for Sports Medicine. He holds a master's of science degree in Kinesiology and Applied Physiology and is a coach to several elite and professional cyclists and triathletes. The USAT Elite Winter Triathlon Team Coach for th ITU World Championships since 2006, Neal is a level 3 certified coach in Cycling and Triathlon and is a certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist by the NSCA.
Craig Howie is the owner and Head Coach of the Howie Endurance Project, a science-based coaching program for endurance athletes. Craig has qualified for the World Ironman Championships in Kona four times, most recently in 2008. During the 2007 season Craig placed 3rd overall in Ironman Lake Placid. Good in all three events, Craig often posts one of the fastest bike split times of the day during races.
Lester Pardoe is a Coaching Specialist at the Boulder Center for Sports Medicine and is a three-time Olympic Qualifier in speed skating. He occasionally comes out of retirement to race mountain bikes at the expert level. A former World Championship and Olympic coach for speed skating, Lester is a certified coach in cycling, speed skating, triathlon, and ice hockey. After completing his degree in Physical Education, Lester attended Canada's National Coaching Institute.
Adam St. Pierre is a graduate of the University of New Hampshire with a master of science degree in Exercise Science. Adam is a former Division I cross sountry skier, is a coach with the Boulder Nordic Elite Junior cross country ski programand also enjoys running marathons. Adam is an exercise physiologist with the Boulder Center for Sports Medicine.
Connie Carpenter is the 1984 Olympic Road Race Champion. Connie has led instructional Bike Camps and Bike Tours for over 20 years. She is passionate about power training as a tool to improve performance on the bike, maintain off-season fitness, and she likes to keep it upbeat and fun.
Sean Madsen is the Cycling Biomechanist at BCSM. He is a USA Cycling-certified coach and pro rider on the road, mountain bike, and track. Sean brings an unparalleled enthusiasm and knowledge for anything on two wheels to our training sessions.
Important EKG Information
Please note: Men over 45 and women over 55 must have an EKG doen prior to the first training/racing, or have your doctor sign a form giving you medical clearance. This medical form and all related information will be e-mailed to you after you register for a class. If you know you are going to need to have an EKG done, please contact Kimberly at 303-441-2285.
If you have any questions about our Indoor Cycling programs you may contact Lester Pardoe, (303) 441-2224, at the Boulder Center for Sports Medicine. email@example.com.
Boulder Center for Sports Medicine has added an exciting new class to their fitness schedule called FORCE OF GRAVITY. We are using agravity based training system (Gravity Training System or GTS) to provide our athletes with a fun and efficient way to incorporate strength training into their routines.
FORCE OF GRAVITY
Tuesday and Thursday from 8:30-9:30 am, directly after the morning indoor cycling class.
The cost is $18 per class.
(You can also purchase a block of 5 or 10 classes for $75 or $150 respectively, which is only $15 per class)
FORCE OF GRAVITY II
Mondays from 5:45-6:45 pm
SENIOR GRAVITY (55+)
Tuesday & Thursday from 11-12:00 am
You must call ahead to get into a class. (303)544-5700.
All of the FORCE OF GRAVITY classes are coached by Adam St. Pierre.
SENIOR GRAVITY class are coached by Bill Shauck.
Boulder Center for Sports Medicine offers a very unique Yoga+Pilates class in Lafayette at the CMC Building. YoPi is an hour long class led by our talented physical therapists who will guide you through total body stretching, body shaping, toning and core strengthening, ending with relaxation. We train participants to correctly stretch & strengthen while focusing on breathing and stress relief. All fitness levels are welcome to this class. You must call ahead to reserve a space, (303) 926-2665. This class is offered at the Lafayette class only.
Cost is $10 per class
YoPi meets every Tuesday at 5:30 pm
Directions to CMC in Lafayette
Our Pilatesl Mat Classes is a non-impact exercise that stabilizes an aligns the body while focusing on strengthening the core muscle groups with coordination, concentration and control. It benefits those who want to become more fit and thos who are healing from injury. This is an hour-long, semi-private class taught by Patty Tomlin, well know to the Boulder area as an expert Pilatesl intructor. Patty has worked in the rehab and fitness community of Boulder for more than 20 years.
Stop by the front desk or call to schedule, 303-544-5700. Space is limited.
One Class (or drop in) $18
Five Classes $75
Ten Classes $150
Tuesdays - beginners
9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
Fridays - slightly advanced
9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.