Ryan Sederquist gets confused trying to interpret a couple of scientific studies, plus we reveal the sports which made it into the 64-team bracket, “The Hardest Sport in the World.” Relationships between body composition, body dimensions, and peak speed in cross country sprint skiing (2010) – Stoggl, Enqvist, Muller, Holmberg Control of Speed during the […]Read More Seder-Skier Podcast Episode 3
I originally intended on posting all of the contents of my journal and training journal. I’ve decided however, to give some of the training details as well as some “brief” thoughts and reflections. Hopefully, for those who enjoy an inside look at a serious athlete’s day-to-day life, this will prove to be edifying. In that […]Read More Season in review: Part 1 – Fall
hardest sport bracket Did the selection committee do a great job? Are they just trying to create controversy with matchups? Will it matter? Shovel Lake resident and rational thinker Tom Sederquist will be on Ep. 3 of our podcast to give a break down and help you fill out your bracket.Read More What is the Hardest Sport OFFICIAL BRACKET RELEASED
These pages provide the backdrop of scientific research relating to strength and power measurements as they relate to specific biological processes and measurements (i.e. Vo2 Max, body mass, surface area, etc.). Through reading it, you will discover the need for future research in the sport of nordic skiing in using allometric scaling in measurements of […]Read More Study guide for our last podcast….Where are we at in the present research relating to strength/weight and power/weight relationships in skiing and cycling? Read on!
Here it is – episode 2 of our Sederskier podcast. We promised we would get into discussing some hardcore scientific literature and we followed through by tiptoeing around the subject of strength/weight relationships and double pole performance. More specifically, what is the correlation between upperbody strength/body mass scaled allometrically and double pole performance on flats […]Read More SederSkier Podcast Ep. 2 – We read fan mail, answer a couple of questions, and then talk about my thesis
Please read part 1 of this 3-part message before reading this section. So, you are convinced now to invest fully in the people around you, and you desire to bring them to a saving faith and relationship with Christ. … now what? How do you do this? Point number two of this three part series […]Read More Who are your Thessalonians? Part 2
Dan Cole, sports talk show personality on the Minneapolis based KFAN radio station, often reminds his listeners that he has “not only 4 years of college eligibility left, but 2 of high school as well.” Considering his own admission of a lack of intellectual prowess, I should not be bothered by some of his opinions. […]Read More What is the hardest sport?
Monika Korra is currently the Norwegian Junior National cross country ski coach. As a sophomore cross country runner at SMU in Texas in 2009, she was raped while coming home from a party. Her story of the events and her recovery and victory our outlined in the narrative, Kill the Silence, which was published in 2015. […]Read More Monika Korra: Kill the Silence Book Review (Part 2) – Identity and Control
I just finished reading David Epstein’s “the Sports Gene,” which is a fabulous narrative on a man’s search for the underlying answer to the great nature vs. nurture debate. Epstein scours the globe, literally, as well as its experts, finding root causes for why Jamaica churns out Olympic sprinter after Olympic sprinter and no one […]Read More The “Nordic Gene” Part 1 – What is the ideal body/athlete for nordic skiing?
2018, 2019, 2020 yearly training stats – Sheet1 Broad view of annual training hours, week by week. For day-by-day workout, see Training Log.Read More Yearly Training Stats (2018, 2019, 2020)