Training Solutions and services
Train Smart with Purpose
Julie’s training philosophy is to train smart with purpose. Julie offers training plans for a single event, a season, recovering from injury, or building fitness for life. She uses performance data to create training plans incorporating the elements of strength, mobility, activation, endurance, and recovery.
Julie offers a suite of services to maximize performance and minimize injury, including Gait Analysis, Bike Fit, Metabolic, Lactate, and VO2Max testing. These services are offered in partnership with the Kaiser Sports Endurance Lab.
The benefit? Improved performance, lower injury, and less burnout.
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Training fit for you
Everyone responds to training differently. Julie has over 20 years of experience helping hundreds of athletes meet their goals. Unlike cookie-cutter, web-based training, which can result in overtraining and injury, Julie spends the time to get to know every client.
Efficient and flexible training to fit your busy life.
A more personalized approach that considers your fitness, unique physiology, and strengths and weaknesses.
Balanced training, combining endurance, strength, stability, mobility, intensity, and the mental aspect taking you to the next level.
Pumping Iron – Many cyclists hate the gym, but you don’t have to. Follow these easy steps to build a foundation for 2021 success – Velo News Jan/Feb 2020
By Julie Young A recent Tweet by Kate Courtney shows her working in the gym with the caption, “2021 starts today for me.”While we all can’t be pros where training is a full-time job year-round, you can learn from the pros and apply the principles of year-round...
Final Exam – The best riders in training sometimes fail in racing situations. Coach Julie Young examines how top testers can prepare for the big exam, the one with a finish line – Velo News Nov/Dec 2020
By Julie Young When I was on the US national cycling team, the coaches heavily weighted test results in the lab and numbers produced in training to select riders for national team trips. But when we raced European races, the likes of Molenheike, on bike path size...
Given the hormonal fluctuations experienced during the menstrual cycle, should female athletes prepare differently for lab testing? By Julie Young Because physiological testing is such a critical component to analyzing an athlete’s engine, test day...
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Julie Young combines the art and science of training to help her clients become their best athlete. The art, is Julie’s years of experience as a competitive cyclist, runner, and nordic skier. The science, comes from Julie’s knowledge gained earing a master’s in sports science and human performance, her work as the Sports Science Specialist at the Kaiser Sports Medicine Endurance Lab observing and testing athletes, and her experience working with some of the top coaches in the world.
- 12-year US and World Tour Pro Cyclist for Kahlua, Saturn, Timex, Autotrader, & Team Fannini
- US National A-Team Cyclist
- 6-time UCI Road World Championship Team Cyclist
- Tour de L’Aude General Classification
- 2018, 2019 Carson Epic -1st overall amateur, on a single speed
- 2018, 2019 Tahoe Trails – Leadville Qualifier – 1st overall PRO/amateur, on a single speed
- 2018 Leadville 100 – 1st woman single speed; 3rd overall men/women single speed’ 6th overall PRO field
- Winner, US Amateur Mountain Bike Cross-Country, Single Speed and Marathon National Championships
- Multiple winner Xterra Lake Tahoe
- Winner, 50k Trail National Championships