Tag: Physiology

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The Cycling Myth That Won’t Die: Pedaling Circles

Training

The Cycling Myth That Won’t Die: Pedaling Circles

Here’s a cycling myth that just won’t die; if you want to be a great cyclist you need to perfect…Read More →

Nutrition

Potato Purée Can Replace Conventional Carbohydrate Gels Without Performance Loss

Welcome to 2019, where sugar is evil, ketons are in and people are trying to replace energy gels with potatoes….Read More →

Rapha Debuts Pro Team & Classic Saddles

Components

Rapha Debuts Pro Team & Classic Saddles

Rapha has built its name on premium, high-quality clothing. The companies’ bib shorts are no exception, but Rapha felt that…Read More →

Up Mountain Switchel

Reviews

Up Mountain Switchel

Though switchel’s  origins are a bit murky the variety brewed by  Up Mountain Switchel  comes from 18th-century Vermont. It’s an…Read More →

Regular Ibuprofen Use May Increase Risk of Fertility Issues in Men

Recommended Reading, Training

Regular Ibuprofen Use May Increase Risk of Fertility Issues in Men

Here’s some interesting news for those of you who take ibuprofen regularly. A small cohort of 31 healthy young men…Read More →

Do Pre-Workout Supplements Work?

Strength Training

Do Pre-Workout Supplements Work?

Pre-workout supplements make big promises; mental focus, increased strength, more stamina, quicker gains, and a huge pump to name a…Read More →

Energy Balance and Your Body Weight

Nutrition

Energy Balance and Your Body Weight

Energy balance and the effect on your body weight is the most important topic to understand whether your goal is…Read More →

Whey Protein vs. Casein Protein: Timing is Key

Nutrition

Whey Protein vs. Casein Protein: Timing is Key

Once you wade through the multitude of information out there about optimal protein intake the next stumbling block is what…Read More →

Are Pain Killers Killing Your Gains? The Truth About NSAIDs and Body Building

Strength Training

Are Pain Killers Killing Your Gains? The Truth About NSAIDs and Body Building

Heavy weightlifting, like most any sport, can cause pain and soreness. Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) such as aspirin, ibuprofen, and…Read More →

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