Just a half-inch difference in saddle height can significantly impact performance.
The benefit to you will be improved recovery. One of the worst things you can do is to stand still.
It's now time to ramp up our efforts at cycling specialization, but it is a mistake to turn our backs on weight training.
If you have the EMR type of test and obtain all the data, there is a wealth of info you can use to reach your goals.
After two weeks I have undertaken ten training sessions, and during these I have attempted to ride more in a circle during both the effort and rest phases. Here is a detailed analysis of my results.
For the past three months we’ve progressively prepared for the more intense work this month. It’s now time get serious about developing strength.
When you look at a sport like cycling, complete with high-speed crashes and prolific drug use, it’s hard to believe top cyclists actually outlive their countrymen by an average of five years.
How often have you heard the advice to pedal in circles? I decided to put this to a personal trial and have been using all sorts of measurements to examine and improve my pedal stroke.
This month’s article deals with subtle changes to the off-season strength training program, mostly in the area of intensity. The bottom line remains the same: build a strong foundation.
New Year is a good time to reflect upon things past and make plans for the future. As Mark Twain said, “Plan for the future because that's where you are going to spend the rest of your life.”
In my previous two articles, I covered some simple ways to improve performance. But now what happens when we tune up the body a bit with some premium fuel?
This month’s article deals with creating a foundation of strength, preparing the body for more intense strength and power training later.
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