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  • 5 Elements of a Good Cycling Form

    5 Elements of a Good Cycling Form

    Good cycling form consists of five components: breathing, sitting position, pedaling technique and expression on the face. How’s your cycling for Good cycling form consists of five components: breathing, sitting position, pedaling technique and expression on the face. How’s your cycling form? Form is what makes professionals look stylish and effortless. Well, on the inside […] More

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    Listening to Music Boosts Performance

    Various studies have proven that listening to music can boost your cycling performance, especially when the cadence of the music matches your pedaling. Every year, ten million sets of headphones are sold in the UK, and it’s a small investment that could boost your cycling efficiency by more than 15%. Using a simple set of headphones […] More

  • 5 Training Mistakes To Avoid

    Everybody makes mistakes, and coaches tell they’re driven to distraction by seeing the same mistakes made again and again. These are five most frequent training mistakes you should avoid at all costs. 1 EATING TIME The time we eat is usually decided by working hours and social norms rather than by hunger. If you are training a lot, then […] More

  • Work Your Glutes

    Work Your Glutes

    There’s a high chance you’re not firing on all cylinders. Here is how you can tune up your glutes with a few simple exercises and techniques that will bring new levels of power to your pistons. Painful lower back, hamstring niggles, aching quads, IT band trouble or lack of power? There’s a high chance that you’re sitting on the […] More

  • Stretching Exercises for Cyclists

    Investing in aerodynamics isn’t just about expensive frames and hidden components. What’s also important is taking the time to make your body aero. Become more flexible with the following stretching exercises and strengthen your back and shoulders with strengthening exercise. This is the perfect time trial position: flat tabletop back to decrease wind resistance, tucked in arms to minimize frontal exposure, and head looking […] More

  • Nutrition Rules for Cycling Success

    Golden Rules About Cycling Nutrition

    You have to get your nutrition right to ensure proper fuelling and recovery to achieve the best possible cycling performance. Cycling is a hard sport. There’s no easy way around it apart from tough training, dedication and commitment. But many cyclists are their own worst enemies because they don’t pay enough attention to proper nutrition. The food […] More

  • Training When Tired Maximizes Potential

    Training When Tired Maximizes Potential

    Most of us try to perform at our best in every training session, but training when tired could be the necessary hard slog we need to stimulate adaptation and see improvement. There’s no better feeling than being fit, rested and at one with the bike, when speed comes effortlessly. Maybe more familiar, though, is the […] More

  • How Cycling Beats the Signs of Ageing

    How Cycling Beats the Signs of Ageing

    Ageing is something that happens to everybody — we cant stop it or battle, but getting older doesn’t mean that we have to stop riding. In fact, cycling may help deal with the tell-tale signs of ageing. It seems that delaying the signs of ageing is the goal of every face cream and wonder food; […] More

  • Benefits of Outdoor Cycling

    Turbo sessions are good, but is your love of hi-tech, high-intensity indoor cycling slashing your time in the great outdoors and limiting your skills? Learn the main benefits of outdoor cycling. Trainer Road, Wattbike, Zwift, Sufferfest, the list goes on; there are numerous ways of spicing up what was once a boring and tedious turbo session. For […] More

  • How to Maintain Bone Health?

    How to Maintain Bone Health?

    Cycling is extremely beneficial to your leg muscles and cardiovascular system but not so great for your bones. In reality, the more you ride and depending on your diet, the more attention you should to pay to your bone health. Broken bones are fairly common among professional riders. In fact, they are almost a rite of passage. In this […] More

  • Minimize the Symptoms of a Cold

    Having a sore throat and runny nose? Are you in doubts whether or not having a cycling session? Here are some tips on how to relieve the symptoms of a cold and minimize their impact on your training routine. Surely many of you are experiencing the terrible feeling of indecision around this time of year as the colder weather approaches. […] More

  • New Rules of Cycling

    New Rules of Cycling

    Over the years, fitness practices and techniques have changed a lot. Let’s have a look at some new rules of cycling training. OLD RULE: Ride your bike as much as possible. NEW RULE: Cross training and core work are crucial. In the past, it was believed that the best training was just to ride your bike. While […] More

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