A lot of good coaches recommend sending their athletes out for some long walks.
If you are going to play hard, at some point you are going to acquire an injury.
The early part of the season is the perfect time to work on all of those “little extras” that tend to fall by the wayside once the hours of SBRing start to creep up.
One of my main interests over the last year has been teasing out the impact of both fitness and fatigue on performance.
At the start of 2008 I was on an easy ride, lost focus for one second and got caught up in a wheel. Before I knew it I was on my ass on the ground.
Rib injuries pop-up fairly frequently in our team. Here’s how to move past them.
how do you avoid the common scenario of breaking out as the Chinese New Year super-stud and end up as the subsequent Easter train wreck? You have to establish your biomechanical fitness.
With the triathlon season in full swing, many of you will be putting down some of the most intense training of the year in pursuit of personal bests, age group