It’s time to pull back the curtain on performance enhancing methods and learn about pro cycling’s new testing for doping, while at the same time focus with on professional tips and online tracking systems to find out what can make you legally go faster in 2013.
On Tuesday, Jan. 8, join host Craig Undem, Dean of Seattle’s Cycle University, and special guests: doping insider Dr. John Amory and nutritionist Bridget Nichols, for an informative presentation and panel discussion on doping, nutrition, Bikefit, Strava and making 2013 your best year yet!
Dr. Armory is a professor of medicine and section head at the University of Washington. He served on the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) anti-doping panel from 2004 to 2007. Dr. Armory also testified in the Floyd Landis trial for the straight scoop on dope. He will tell us what really happens in the world of performance enhancing drugs.
Bridget Nichols, M.S. R.D., is a registered dietitian and owner of Full Life Nutrition.
She received her Master of Nutrition from Bastyr University, emphasizing the integration of whole foods and a complementary medicine perspective. In her nutrition practice, she provides nutrition consultations, nutrition workshops, grocery store tours andwellness presentations. She believes that eating right fuels a full, vibrant life. She will discuss ways to legally boost your performance through food and nutrition.
Craig Undem raced and beat Lance Armstrong on numerous occasions prior to his alleged “doping,” raced as a pro mountain biker, and was third in the United States in Elite Cyclocross. He appeared on the cover of Velonews magazine in 1997 prior to racing in the World Championships. He will speak on bike fitting for optimal performance, Strava and making 2013 your best yet.