“My SkiErg has been one of the greatest additions to my training as a professional and Olympic cross country skier. My favorite part is that it is so simple to get in a great workout, no matter the time of day, or the time of year.” – Sadie Bjornsen, 2014/2018 Olympian, World Championship Bronze Medalist, […]Read More What is the best indoor training device? Part 2 – Concept2 SkiErg
Johan Högstrand, the co-founder of Skisens, the company that is developing the most cutting edge new technological advancement in skiing – power meters for ski poles – joins us for an interview to discuss just why this product is truly going to bring cross country skiing to the next level. Its impact goes beyond those of […]Read More The SederSkier Podcast – Skisens, the developer of the first power meter for ski poles, joins us for an interview!
Jace Peters had a full year in 2019-2020, even without a track season. The cross country runner and skier placed 2nd in the Colorado Skimeister competition (combined alpine and nordic performances) behind teammate Matt Cairns. I witnessed both of these guys, as well as the entire LCHS team, train hard in the weightroom, on the […]Read More Memoirs of the Multi Sport Athlete, Part 2: Skimeister Jace Peters of Lake County High School Joins
Memoirs of the Multi-Sport Athlete is a series the SederSkier podcast is doing on nordic skiers who participate in some other sport in addition to the one with skinny skis. Alpine (skimeister), cross country running, track, and mountain biking are all activities often juggled by these athletes. In a world where we are increasingly encouraging […]Read More Seder Skier Podcast Ep. 6 – Memoirs of the Multi-sport Athlete, Part 1 – The Kendall Kramer Show
This excerpt is from my personal journal and thus is a bit longer. It details the week leading up to the first race of the season Week 5 – Alley Loop Race Week Sunday AM – 2hr skate ski – short break for church Early PM – + 2 hr Classic ski Monday AM – […]Read More Season in Review: Part 4 – Alley Loop Week
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
Taper week: wk 14 No daily log but totals were as follows: Running = 70 miles Rollerskiing – 1.5 hours Total hours = 10 Wk 15 S – am – 3 hours skate ski race (Rabbit Ears Marathon) PM – off M – am – 9 mile run Pm – 1 hour rollerski T – […]Read More April Training Log (Coaching, busy, Rabbit Ears, sick, blob week, mornings make a return)
It’s getting controversial today in the “Sports, sports, sports, is your whole life just sports,” column. The title of this column, along with the opening phrase of this article, by the way, pay homage to Dan “the Common Man” Cole, a sports talk radio personality on KFAN, a Minnesota sports talk radio station. His esoteric approach […]Read More ESPN’s Body Issue turns 10 today….it’s getting controversial