Attitudes To Nutrition, Weight, Health and Performance
Some of you may recall an article I wrote last year, looking at the potential problems encountered when cyclists become over-obsessed with weight loss. The consequences of extremely restrictive dieting begin with poor performance but can end in long-term physical and mental health problems. My observations amongst the peloton in Australia is that weight loss […]
Mind Power In Performance Sport
This guest post was written by Tony Fahkry. Tony’s life is dedicated to coaching people on the Mind-Body connection. He contacted me on this idea to write about this topic after I wrote the post titled “What Was I Thinking?“ in which talked about all the random thoughts and doubts that typically go through my […]
Compression Garments For Cycling?
What cyclist wouldn’t be interested in improving recovery, increasing performance, and minimizing delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS)? I pay hundreds if not thousands of dollars trying to increase my performance by fractions of a percentage. Not to mention countless hours of training and various recovery techniques. Compression garments have been the new fad over the […]