A tasty table is always a great start Blueberry, Ginger, Cashew Rice Cakes Baked Rice Balls: Ham Bacon Pineapple and Sweet Potato Bacon (from Feed Zone Portables) Hard Boiled Eggs Roasted Potatoes rolled in parmesan and salt Baked Eggs with bacon and cheese All of this portions and packs well for ride, run or hike. […]
Going off road can be a refreshing and exhilarating experience, but it also challenging. In a previous post and the Endurance Magazine August 2016 Off Road issue we talked about the importance of being able to find and follow the line of the trails. In this article we explore finding the central line of your […]
Basic Biomechanics of Gait (in Running and Walking)
Spring is here, and for a lot of us, this season begs us to get out on the bike. There are many joys we can all find in cycling. Here are a few of mine I thought would be worth sharing.
Is there such a thing as NON-distance running? By default, doesn’t running cover distance? What really is ‘distance’ anyway? Brian muses on what it means to cover ground on two feet.
The core is a functional concept, not an anatomical address.
We all want to train to perform at our best, but may unknowingly be training for a level of minimal competency. Knowing how hard to push and when to stop in exercise and training is a critical variable
The goal of a Triathlon transition is to move as quickly and efficiently as possible between the disciplines. A few simple moves can assist your body to transition smoothly.
Brian shares his two favorite “rice cake” recipes for fueling during long rides and runs!
Supporting the components of recovery accelerates the benefits of training, while ignoring the basics of recovery can negate the benefits of training. Sustained lack of recovery can even lead to overtraining syndrome where whole body degradation occurs and performance decreases. An important thing to understand about recovery is that the natural process of the body […]