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. Her plans are based in the latest science using performance data to develop structured endurance training plans incorporating the elements of strength, mobility, activation, endurance, and recovery. The art leverages Julie’s years of experience both training athletes and as an endurance athlete to help you become your best athlete.
Julie’s science-based approach to training includes 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 for Julie’s clients? Improved performance, lower injury, and less burnout.
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Training fit for you
Training that is efficient to fit your busy life, taking into account work and personal demands and flexible to respond to your ever-changing schedule.
A more personalized approach to training. Julie will create a plan that takes into account your fitness, unique physiology, and strengths and weaknesses.
Training that is balanced, combining the optimal mix of endurance, strength, stability, mobility, intensity, and the mental aspect of training that can take you to the next level.
I have a client who is a husband, father, and busy professional who has completed Lost and Found twice and now has his sights on Dirty Kanza. While impressive, he is not unique. I have had an uptick in clients asking me to train them for ultras. Gravel rides, fondos...
Beyond the Data, Training is About More than Just the Numbers – Velo News Fast Talk Podcast January 2020
My conversation with Trevor and Chris on the Velo News, Fast Talk podcast (link at the bottom) is available.. so if you are driving, walking the dogs, riding your bike or doing yard work and need some entertainment, it’s an option. In a nutshell I share my...
When the World Cup and WorldTour seasons end, veteran U.S. coach Jim Miller asks his athletes to rest for no fewer than four weeks. They stay active, of course, but Miller asks them to forego any structured cycling training, and to instead perform other physical...
Age: 52 | Sacramento, CA
Age: 38 | Brooklyn, NY
Age: 44 | Golden, CO
Age: 37 | Denver, CO
Age: 43 | Carson City, Nevada
Age: 30 | Carson City, Nevada
Age: 19 | Boulder, CO
- 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 Carson Epic -1st overall amateur
- 2018 Tahoe Trails – Leadville Qualifier – 1st overall PRO/amateur
- 2018 Leadville 100 – 1st woman single speed; 3rd overall men/women single speed’ 6th overall PRO field
- Winner, US Amateur Mountain Bike Cross-Country and Marathon National Championships
- Multiple winner Xterra Lake Tahoe
- Winner, 50k Trail National Championships