If spring weather is temperamental, riding indoors doesn’t have to be a drag
Dr. Jason Glowney addresses the common issue of collarbone fractures in cyclists
Training logs are useful tools to learn from past experiences and maximize your potential as a cyclist. The complexity of your training log will vary based on the technology you use to gauge and guide your training and the amount of analysis you wish to perform for each workout.
A reader asks if time-sensitive athletes can substitute high-intensity workouts for high volume.
I have a question about supplements. I'm a Category 4 racer in my local area and do fairly well, most of the time. But as I consider the move up to Cat. 3, I am thinking about supplementation in my diet — things like Optygen or similar have been suggested. Are there supplements out there that are safe, legal, and effective? If so, can you run through a list of these for us readers to help us make sense out of a lot of advertising jargon about things that are supposed to make us go faster?
Is VO2 max solely genetic or can you train to improve it?
Boulder Center for Sports Medicine's Andy Pruitt walks readers through the many kinds of health care professionals serving athletes
Strength training can help your cycling and help prevent bone density loss, says BCSM's Matt Scheider. Here's how.