Jim’s Tech Talk By Jim Langley This week’s tech question is from a reader named Dave. You’ll see after reading his query and my reply that we could use more help. We’re hoping that some of you Campagnolo tifosi who may use the same cables David uses will be able to offer some. … [Read more...] about Tech Q&A: Advice for Dave on his Breaking Campagnolo Cables
By Coach John Hughes Almost all recommendations for aerobic exercise are the same for adults ages 18 – 64 years and for adults 65 years and older. The American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) on Exercise and Physical Activity for Older Adults. (2009). In 2018 the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services published Physical Activity for Americans, 2nd ed. both recommend … [Read more...] about Anti-Aging: New Research on Intensity, Fitness and Longevity
By Sheri Rosenbaum Bivo Price: $49 (21 oz Bivo Trio); $44 (25 oz Bivo Duo); $39 (21 oz – Bivo One) Capacity: 21-25 ounces Colors: Variety Materials: BPA/BPS/BPF free polypropylene lid; LFGB-compliant food-grade silicone components Weight: Bivo Trio (276 g); Bivo Duo (175 g); Bivo One (158 g) Insulated: Bivo Trio (Yes); Bivo One and Duo … [Read more...] about Bivo Steel Water Bottle Review
By Sheri Rosenbaum The Showers Pass brand is synonymous with high-quality waterproof outerwear. Recently the company launched several items to add to the company’s eco-friendly and sustainably manufactured apparel line. This includes the waterproof Timberline jacket and pant combo and the EcoLyte jacket. These items are part of Showers Pass’ Clean Color collection which the … [Read more...] about Showers Pass Timberline Jacket and Pants, EcoLyte Elite Jacket Review
By Kevin Kolodziejski A Question to Ponder Before You Resolve Anything on January 1 Your neighbors do it, your co-workers do it, your relatives do it. In all likelihood, you do it, too. You all do it despite the fact one study shows you’re not particularly good at it. Another finds about a 90 percent chance that in a few months’ time you’ll have little to show for it. … [Read more...] about Should Feeling ‘The Feel’ Be Your True Cycling Bullseye?