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Why You Should Consider (Really) Short Cranks

A while back, I was visiting with my physical therapist and chatting with him about my aching hip flexors.  I had recently raced the Washington State Time Trial Championship… 1,301 more words

Cycling Training

A few simple steps to get the utmost fitness with the help of indoor cycling training

While nothing comes even close to the thrill of indoor cycling training outside, you may get all the health advantages through indoor cycling that you want. 529 more words


Cycling tips for better fun- health- and adventure

Cycling is an excellent eco-friendly and fun approach to see any city. Not only will it present a town in a diverse perspective, but it’s faster than walking and thus more sightseeing and tour can be carried out in a shorter period of time. 528 more words


Purposeful Carbohydrate Depletion

Yesterday, a post came across the Running Writings site that piqued my interest. It was about the weekly long run— a ritual of marathon runners— and it suggested that we all do them wrong. 501 more words

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Lactate Clearance Intervals, MCT-1, Arrhythmias, and Why You Need Speed

A few weeks ago, I did some very short, high-intensity sprints in the middle of a zone two bike ride.  The sprints left me feeling exhausted far more than they should have, so I thought it was probably a good idea to do two things: get some more low-intensity aerobic training in and to simultaneously work on some really high intensity interval work.   2,456 more words

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Cycle coaching is an important part to win the race

Possessing a good Cycle coaching can provide you with a huge advantage of other opponents in a competition. Besides making it useful training they’ve acquired throughout their individual cycling profession, an instructor can give you a couple of great finds of knowledge obtained through studies along the side of the sporting track. 555 more words


How I Train: Part 4

Wow, it’s done… the last installment of my How I Train series of pages.  Take a magic carpet ride there now.

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