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05 juli 2022

De Mountainbike en Fiets Expert
  • Nummer 1 Enduro bike
  • Webwinkel weer Geopend!
    In 2010 is NextBikeParts ontstaan als webwinkel, na het openen van de fysieke winkel is de webwinkel offline gezet. Het werd te druk om de juiste voorraden bij te houden, nieuwe producten toe te voegen op de website in combinatie met het werk in de fysieke winkel. Nu na de juiste combinatie van bedrijven is […]
  • Pokemon in de winkel!
    Sinds een week hebben ook wij Pokemon kaarten in de winkel, het is al een zeer succes geworden. Vroeger uiteraard veel gespaard, sinds begin van de Corona is het toch weer aan gewakkerd, wij zijn dus alweer even bezig met het sparen van de kaarten. Hier wilde wij iets mee… Het resultaat haha Gestart met […]
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BikeJames Podcast

28 februari 2022

The Podcast for the MTB Strength Training System, the world's original and best strength and conditioning system designed exclusively for mountain bikers.
  • Medical Preparedness For Mountain Biking With Brian McLaughlin

    While most riders understand the need for better technical skills to ride with more confidence and improve their safety on the trail, few understand the need for basic medical skills to improve these things as well. There are a lot of reasons for this lack of understanding, including lack of coverage in the mountain biking media and misunderstandings about what you need to learn and carry. But the end result is that, as a group, we are woefully unprepared to handle a traumatic injury situation.

    I know because up until  a year or so ago I was one of those riders. Ignorant about how easy it was to learn what I needed to know and how inexpensive it was to have a few tools to help, I went on countless rides where if something had gone wrong it could have been a disaster.

    Luckily I came upon some great resources to help me improve my medical preparedness, including the company Mountain Man Medical ( Their mission is to help prepare as many people as possible to be able to provide help in the case of a traumatic injury situation and they proved to be one of the best resources I could find.

    I reached out to their director Brian McLaughlin to see if he would come on the BikeJames Podcast and he agreed to come on and share some potentially life saving information with my audience. In this podcast he shares…

    • The MARCH algorithm and how it can help you know how to help someone in a traumatic injury situation. 
    • The truth about tourniquets and how long they can be on before someone might lose the limb it is on.
    • The top pieces of gear you should consider carrying on the trail.
    • Brian’s secret to be successful in a traumatic injury situation.

    We also talk about the free video training series they offer on the MARCH algorithm, which I can’t recommend strongly enough. Yes, it is completely free with no strings attached and you can find it here -

    The SWAT-T Tourniquet that Brian recommends you consider carrying on the trail you can find here - 

    The Tracker Trauma Kit we talked about can be found here - 

    You can also save 15% off your purchase with the coupon code BIKEJAMES, just enter it at checkout to save some money on equipment that could save a life.

    I hope you get some valuable information from this podcast that you never need but, if you do, can save you or someone else. And please share this podcast with your fellow riders, the more of us that are on the trail prepared to help in a traumatic injury situation the safer we’ll all be. 

    Until next time…

    Ride Strong,

    James Wilson

    MTB Strength Training Systems

    p.s. I shared what I carry on the trail to help in an emergency situation in the Advanced MTB Loadout video. Check it out to get some ideas on what you can carry to be better prepared to help yourself or someone else on the trail. And remember to get your gear at and use the coupon code BIKEJAMES to get 15% off your gear.


  • Better Breathing As Easy As LSD

    Last week I gave a talk about better breathing at my friend’s chiropractic office. He runs a comprehensive wellness center along with his chiropractic practice and had asked me to share some of the things I had been telling him about how breathing can impact your health, performance and mindset.


    And while I was excited to do it I was also a bit nervous because it had been a couple of months since I had stood in front of a bunch of people and talked about the impact of better breathing. I knew the material but I had to check my notes bunch and I didn’t feel like the material flowed.


    So I decided to practice my presentation on FaceBook Live from the MTB Strength Training Systems page. I’ve always enjoyed the chance to share stuff with people who may tune in live and so it seemed like a good way to practice my presentation while also sharing some great info with my fellow riders.


    In this webinar I explained how your breathing can impact you both positively and negatively. I also shared some ways you can assess your own breathing and things you can do on a daily basis to help improve it. At the end of it I wanted people to understand common breathing dysfunctions, why they are bad for you and how you can fix them if you have them.


    I know that most of you didn’t catch the FaceBook Live event and so I’ve put the replay a podcast.


    I hope you get something from the video or podcast replay that you can use in your own training, riding and life. If you have any questions about something I share let me know, I’m always happy to help.


    Until next time…


    Ride Strong,


    James Wilson


    p.s. I strongly believe that your breathing should be the foundation of everything you do to help you improve your riding. Better breathing will help you move better, use less energy and be less prone to triggering the dreaded “I can’t catch my breath” feeling.


    This is especially true if you are in the 40+ crowd. As we get older the advantages of youth start to wear off and so you have to take advantage of things that will help you sustain your performance. Better breathing is one of this things.


    This is why I included a Breathing section in the new 40+ MTB Rider Training Program. It combines several unique training methods along with breathwork into a training program that isn’t like anything you’ll find anywhere else. If you’re looking for something different - something made for 40+ year riders by a 40+ year old rider - then click the link below to learn more and get your copy.


    Click Here To Learn More And Get Your Copy Of The 40+ MTB Rider Training Program

  • Lessons From 2021 - A Recap Of My Best Posts And Takeaways From Them

    Well, another year is just about in the books. I think that most of us have had another interesting year with the on again/ off again pandemic and all of the changes it has brought to our lives. However, as much as some things change, others stay the same and I kept bringing you posts and info you couldn’t find anywhere else to help you improve on and off the bike.


    In this last post of the year I wanted to finish with a podcast recapping the best lessons I learned over the last year. Taking some time to reflect on these things is a great way to get ready for the new year and I wanted to share my reflections with you.


    You‌ ‌can‌ ‌stream‌ ‌or‌ ‌download‌ this episode ‌from‌ ‌the‌ ‌link‌ ‌below‌ ‌or‌ ‌you‌ ‌can‌ ‌find‌ ‌it‌ ‌on‌ ‌‌Itunes‌,‌‌ ‌Podbean‌,‌‌ ‌‌Spotify‌‌ ‌‌and‌ ‌all‌ ‌other‌ ‌major‌ ‌podcasting‌ ‌platforms.‌ ‌


    If I’ve been able to help you in any way this year it has been my honor. Coaching is my calling and the riders who let me into their lives in some small way to help them on their journey are doing more for me than I could ever do for them. I’m excited by the new direction I have planned for MTB Strength Training Systems and I hope that it will provide you with even better results.


    Until 2022…


    Ride Strong,


    James Wilson


    p.s. On Monday I will be releasing my updated 40+ MTB Rider Training Program, which is going to kick off some big plans I have for the coming year. This will be the only program of its kind, combining my unique perspective as a 40+ year old rider with over two decades of experience working with riders at all levels. 


    It will also be the first program to combine the new elements of Isometric Training and CO2 Tolerance Training into an MTB specific workout, which you won’t find anywhere else. Once again I’m ahead of the curve and I’m bringing my fellow riders along for the ride. Keep an eye out on Monday for the email announcing the program’s release, you won’t want to miss the special deal I’ll be having when I do.