The Feed – Not being a tough athlete will make you a better athlete

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This month Coach Kelli explains why she isn’t a tough athlete and how not being a tough athlete will make you a better athlete. Coach Kelli covers some of the common tough guy/gal athlete actions and mentalities and how they will harm your performance. Kelli also gives examples of how not to fall into these patterns and pitfalls.

Ahtletes may loose weight differnetly than the general population

Like any project or managed tasks, one can apply tactics to ensure success or mitigate failure and weight management is no exception. In a recent article at ScienceDaily.com, the author (Joanna Ladzinski) of the study has shown that “Whether you lose or gain weight depends on weekdays”. The author is referring to weight loss cycles and the contributors to the … Read More

Training Nutrition Thursday: 5 Tips to Avoid the Post-Ride Fatigue

Question: Is it usual to get really sleepy a couple of hours after a ride? I’ve recently started riding at the weekends (though I’m a long-time commuter and spinning fan). A typical example would be a two or three hour ride, in which I drink 500ml of energy drink, with a recovery shake straight after. But 2 hrs on, sleepiness sets in. … Read More