by Lars Hundley (This Article is Sponsored by NAROO) Finding a mask that works well during exercise can be extremely difficult. A bad mask can require constant adjusting as it keeps falling off, or make it too hard to breathe to be realistic for hard efforts because you can’t get enough oxygen. The good news is the breathing solution brand NAROO has been designing masks … [Read more...] about Best Masks for Cyclists (and Runners too) 2021
by John Marsh Road bicycles are just that, bikes made for efficiently riding on roads. You’ll know a road bike when you see one. It’s characterized by its sleek look, with dropped, curving handlebars, narrow wheels and “skinny” tires, a small seat and lots of cogs, or gears, on the back wheel. Typically, road bikes are lightweight, and oftentimes they look “fast.” That’s why … [Read more...] about Every Different Type of Road Bike, Explained
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Recently, RBR launched this new series to enlighten our ultra-cool readers about the benefits of dorkiness. In Part I, we explored screening your helmet; in Part II, we messed with your handlebars; in Part III, we reflectorized your machine; in Part IV, we prepped you for flats; in Part V, we praised electrical tape. Today, there’s just one more thing to tape: your … [Read more...] about Tape Your Knees!
by Gabe Mirkin, M.D. If you think that football is the sport with the most injuries, you would be wrong. Each year, 79 percent of long-distance runners suffer injuries that force them to take time off from running (Br J Sports Med, Aug, 2007;41(8):469-80). The most-injured part is the knee and the chance for an injury increases with running longer distances and having … [Read more...] about How to Prevent Wear-and-Tear Injuries
October 21, 2021 Anti-Aging: Nutrition, part 2: Supplements: Vitamins, Minerals and Antioxidants By Coach John Hughes In last week’s column Anti-Aging: Nutrition, part 1: Daily Food and Drink I gave you the recommendations on macronutrients (carbs, protein and fats) from the Nutrition for Older Adults published by the US National Library of MedicineDietary … [Read more...] about Newsletter Issue No. 987
By Coach John Hughes In last week’s column Anti-Aging: Nutrition, part 1: Daily Food and Drink I gave you the recommendations on macronutrients (carbs, protein and fats) from the Nutrition for Older Adults published by the US National Library of MedicineDietary Guidelines for Americans, 2020-2025. 9th Edition developed by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and U.S. … [Read more...] about Anti-Aging: Nutrition, part 2: Supplements: Vitamins, Minerals and Antioxidants
By Brandon Bilyeu Cost: Pro Classic Jersey: $93 Essential Bibshorts: $86 Pro Lightweight Windproof Gilet: $86 (Soomom is based in Austrailia so $USD pricing will vary based on the current exchange rate) Colors: Pro Classic Jersey: Cyan, Light Purple, Lime Green, Plum, Sunset Orange Essential Bibshorts: Black, Brown, Grey, Navy Pro Lightweight … [Read more...] about Soomom Jersey, Bibs and Vest Review