By Gabe Mirkin, M.D. A systematic review of 18 studies found that combining aerobic exercise such as running, walking and cycling with resistance strength training helps older people to be more active and less likely to fall and hurt themselves, compared to those who did just aerobic or strength training alone. They become stronger, more coordinated, and have greater balance … [Read more...] about Benefits of Exercising for Both Endurance and Strength
By Jim Langley This week’s tip is the result of an email from my buddy Seth. We’ve actually never met in person but have been email pen pals through our RBR comments section and outside it, too. Seth hails from Tucson and one day when I’m there he’s promised to pace me up Mt. Lemmon. Can’t wait. The note Seth sent that spurred today’s topic was about his recent crash. … [Read more...] about Road Tubeless Safety Tip
By Coach John Hughes I’ve written three recent columns on how hard exercise increases longevity: Anti-Aging: Interval Training Increases Longevity.Anti-Aging: Interval or Fartlek for Longevity?6 Kinds of Intensity Training: Which One Is Best for You? Readers asked great questions: RBR reader Ron asks, “Really good info. Thanks. I was wondering how long (time) I … [Read more...] about Anti-Aging: How much Base Training?
What to Do to Do Well on That Second Hard Ride: Part I By Kevin Kolodziejski You know what a supper of solely baked beans means the next morning. What you read next might strike you as more of the same. That there’s a real commonality among all sorts of cycling and cyclists. That if you understand and explore it, your cycling can only improve. … [Read more...] about There’s a Knack to Going Back to Back
By Sheri Rosenbaum Drink Tiiga Price: $11.99 – 6 single-serving variety pack Serving Size: Single-serving packets of powder to mix with 16oz of cold water Flavors: Lemon-lime, raspberry-lemonade, and orange-mango How obtained: Company sample Availability: Online RBR advertiser: No … [Read more...] about Drink Tiiga Sports Hydration Powder Quick Review