By Sheri Rosenbaum Hot Super luxurious soft fabric for almost not even there feelExcellent breathability and moisture managementUPF 50+ protects your skin from harmful UV rays¾ sleeves provide ample coverage during shoulder seasons3 rear pockets for plenty of storageEco-friendly 100% plant-based Micromodal fabric Not Personally prefer front zipper over snaps … [Read more...] about Machines for Freedom Women’s Trail Jersey Review
by Gabe Mirkin, M.D. A review of six major studies that measured salt intake by the amount of salt in the urine found that a high salt intake is associated with significantly increased risk for suffering heart attacks and strokes (NEJM, November 13, 2021). This review is extremely dependable because it measured salt intake directly by how much salt and potassium was secreted … [Read more...] about Less Salt, More Potassium to Help Prevent Heart Attacks
By Martin Sigrist My Tacx Neo finally gave up the ghost yesterday. To be fair it’s been a long time coming. It is one of the originals -- I’ve forgotten how long ago I got it. I tried a few repairs and they sort of worked but not that well and yesterday it just didn’t want to turn. I’ve checked Youtube and there may be ways to fix it so I’ll order the parts and give it a go. … [Read more...] about Why Doesn’t Garmin Support My Local Shop?
Jim’s Tech Talk By Jim Langley The interesting tech questions keep arriving, thank you! We aim to answer as many as possible, especially when they have to do with safety. And, Stephen Turk’s does! Stephen asks about his Cannondale Six13 “I have a 2005 Cannondale Six13 that has a lot of good miles on it. The instructions for its Slice full carbon fork specify a star … [Read more...] about Q&A: Star Nuts and Full Carbon Forks? NO!
By Coach John Hughes One of the most obvious changes as we age is we need more and better recovery. In this column I write about recovery in general and specifically the importance of the periodic week of the bike. Winter’s here and many riders are spending time on the trainer. I’m researching a column on high intensity intervals (HIT), which aren’t for everyone. I’ve … [Read more...] about Anti-Aging: The Week Off