About this course

How does your cell turn food into motion? What causes a person to have a bad ride or race? What type of training is best to prepare for adventure riding? The core of all of those questions lie in understanding cellular energy metabolism. This course focuses around understanding how a cell creates its fuel through metabolic processes, as well as how that applies to coaching and training. We recommend this as a precursor to any of our training program courses. This course is worth 1 NICA CEU

Course curriculum

Instructor(s)

Instructor Bio:

An avid mountain biker, and former racer, Tim spends much of his leisure time on the trails around Boise, ID. Tim is an Exercise Physiologist who teaches at Boise State University and the College of Western Idaho. In addition to teaching, he also works for the US Speedskating National Olympic team as the Head of Training Sciences in their Sports Science Commission, as well as co-running Coeus Education Systems. Tim is a NICA Level 3 coach, and the assistant head coach with the Boise Brave cycling team. With over a decade of experience in the field, you can find Tim teaching any of the courses available in the Coeus Performance Track.

Tim Curry, MS ACSM-RCEP

Co-founder, Performance Professor