Cyclists can benefit tremendously from strength training, but you need to do it correctly. Here are the basics.
We field questions on Facebook from podcast listeners like you. Topics include: Base training, heat, altitude, aging, and more.
Most doctors have little experience with full-fledged endurance athletes, so it's harder for them to diagnose possible heart conditions.
Slight refinements to a training plan can yield substantial gains over the course of a year. It’s all about execution.
For the longest time, we thought lactic acid made our legs burn when we rode hard. It turns out that was wrong.
We looked at the case of a professional triathlete who wanted to improve her race-day performance through her diet.
Cyclists can be at risk of heart conditions. Here are four warning signs to watch for to catch a problem before it gets worse.
For almost a century, we've been told that cramping is caused by electrolyte imbalance or bad hydration. That may be wrong.
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We talk to former pro and team director Mike Creed about the toll that a long racing season takes on a body.