When competing in a large circuit or criterium its almost impossible to maintain your position if you aren’t at least in the top 10 of the peloton.
I know I recently posted a tip on rest and recovery, but a tip I remembered on the subject may prove very helpful. After completing long or very hard blocks of training or even very stressful races. Think multiple crits in a day, stage races, or even ultra distance events. Not only do you need to take time down immediately … Read More
In Part one of Supplementing for cycling performance? I wrote about what a lot us think about from time to time. Is that supplement Ad telling the truth and what does the FDA think about Dietary Supplements. In part two I will cover the very simple question “What is Supplementation” and “What are the risks of supplementation?” I will also post a new poll “Have you ever had a bad reaction to a supplement?”
I know, I know you have heard it a million times! If you drop weight you will climb faster but how do you do it. You loose it from your body or you loose it from your bike.
One of my least favorite things to deal with as a cyclist is dogs!
The next time you are on that super long climb don’t forget to use more of your saddle.