Indoor riding can be highly effective for training, but it’s also highly effective in driving up heat strain. How might this affect your training, and what are some ways to keep yourself cool indoors?
The digital era has arrived in many different aspects of our lives. Heart rate variability has become a sexy new measure – here's how it can help your daily training.
Bike commuting is increasing in popularity even in car-dominated North America, driven by the e-bike boom and awareness of the climate emergency. Does your choice of commuting routes affect your exposure to air pollution from traffic?
Toolbox: We know that exercise and an active lifestyle provides huge benefits to our overall health. But even something as positive as exercise can become addictive and take over our lives for the worse. What are the risk and risk factors for exercise addiction in recreational cyclists?
Endurance performance is impaired in the heat, and the best way to prepare is to heat adapt. We don't all have access to heat chambers or saunas, but can we instead effectively acclimate on our indoor trainers by wearing lots of clothes?
Self-talk has been used very successfully by both scientists and athletes to improve their performance. However, does it matter HOW you talk to yourself? Is it better to keep your talk in the first person tense or distance yourself to the second person tense?