Riding a bike improves your life in so many ways. From boosting your libido to weight loss and improving your mood. Cycling is a low impact exercise easy on your joints, decreasing the risk...
What is your goal for the year? Is it big enough to excite you? Is it small enough that you believe you will accomplish it before the year is out? If you answered yes to both, the “it” is in the sweet spot and you will likely make it happen! What happens if you attain your goal early in the year?
Monitoring your heart rate in real time can help to know your current effort, and know when to push a little harder or ease up. Although it may not be as concrete of a number as a power meter it can still be useful for those who are looking into upping their training to gain strength, endurance, or doing watch their effort while on a recovery ride.
Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport or “Red-S” affects sportswomen and men who choose to severely restrict food intake in order to be lighter, faster and superior athletes at a perilous cost. At first all seems well until the horror or consequences of a depleted diet takes its toll.
Can’t count how many times I set out to ride only to find myself too busy, too tired, and most of the time unmotivated to make the effort. There’s definitely a long list of excuses we can come up with, “The weather is bad, my bike isn’t ready, I’m not ready, probably get dropped on that one hill, don’t know if I’ll make it on time, the cat probably needs me at home.”