Hello all. Well, let us introduce you to some “Hippie Shit”. Yeah, that’s what one of our clients called it. Guess what? It works.
According to Zuberant life…on a recent look into meditation for endurance athletes it does several things:
Well….it’s not really “BAD” for you but, studies have shown that if you aren’t prepared, you are looking for trouble.
The heat around the country is starting to build. Next week a good bit of the east coast will be in the 90’s! So what can you do to prepare. One obviously is to use a indoor training center like TotalCyclist. Why? There are several factors that come into play.
My road to recovery. I am learning The Why? for everything! Why am I craving chocolate? Why am I craving pizza? Is it because I am tired? Dehydrated? Need salt? Hungry? There is an answer to everything, it just has to be figured out. When I am tired I crave everything. I have learned that if I eat my healthy salad with pink salt and olive oil at lunch, my cravings will decrease or go away. So I need salt! when I am tired. If I am craving chocolate, I'm stressed.
Alex Winnicki joins TotalCyclist as Dietetics and Nutrition specialist:
Alex Winnicki, after a very successful venture as DivaCamp chef, joins the TotalCyclist staff. Alex was instrumental in making the DivaCamp menu a smashing hit. He prepared all the meals , tailored made for the endurance athlete. Clean, healthy and organic.
Welcome back to part two of the TotalCyclist winter training study!
In the first post I spoke about the goals of the study, what I hoped to achieve, and the results of what happened. Now I’d like to elaborate on my thoughts about the project and the limitations involved. To begin, there will always be limitations to studies both professional and non-professional. My project was not an exception to this. The most apparent limit that is noticeable from the gathered data is the lack in attendance consistency. Before beginning the project I knew there would be those who wouldn’t be able to attend every class due to work, illness, vacation, or other unforeseen circumstances. That said, to have athletes missing approximately half of the series as well as athletes leaving early from class before I have taken their vitals was unforeseen.
The Pisgah Stage race is a 5 day timed stage race in the Pisgah National Forest. Pisgah has some of the most extreme, steep, technical, gnarly demanding singletrack in the country, oh, and it's in a rainforest. It's no joke, the climbing is brutally steep and you get zero rest on the descents that are equally as hard. You can't lose focus for a second, or you may end up like one of the teams that raced, walking your mountain bike out of the forest in two pieces!
Life is a river, a beginning, an end, and a million different ways in-between. I was fortunate enough to add another bend in my river this winter with an internship at TotalCyclist for part two of the 2019 Winter Series. As a student at UNC Charlotte within the Exercise Science department, my final semester before my Exercise Physiology licensure requires a 340-hour internship of my choosing. With my passion of cycling mixed with a love of physiology, TotalCyclist was a perfect fit.
Cycling in India is being loved by commuters and racers alike. A lot of the population enjoys this way of fitness.
The road racing community is growing and a lot of riders look for various opportunities to make a living out of racing in India, only to fizzle out in the larger scheme of things as the sport is at a very growing stage in the country.