Training in the HEAT

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Training in the HEAT

Your experience of higher heart rate and lower power or speed when training is extreme heat is normal. It is possible to acclimate to heat enough to reduce the impact of riding in heat, but you will always perform better in pleasant weather (hight teens Celsius, 60s Fahrenheit) than in temperatures much warmer than that. [...]

 

February 24th, 2011 read more

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January 24th, 2011 read more

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10 Commandments of Endurance Training

Following these 10 injury-prevention commandments of endurance training will help keep you healthy and fit. 1. Rest and recover. Include rest days in your training plan by taking a complete break from training both physically and mentally. Get off your feet, rest your mind, rest your body for the day. I recommend training no more [...]

 

January 14th, 2011 read more