the most out of each activity. What are the potential advantages and disadvantages of cycling versus running? In my view, the biggest advantage of cycling is that you lessen the likelihood of developing an overuse injury. Running is high impact and puts a
Lake TX212 Cycling Shoes (£89.99)Cedric says: These are the new entry-level triathlon shoe from the respected Dutch company who specialise in natural leather cycling shoes. Though they are designed for triathletes, they will please regular cyclists
shower and stretch for 20 minutes. You will soon be ready to take on the Alps.Rochelle GilmoreRochelle Gilmore is one of Australia's top athletes. She's a Commonwealth Gold Medallist and captain of Team Lotto Honda. Gilmore contested her first cycling
:40:04, still the Hawaii record, after first swimming 2.4 miles and then cycling 112 miles.Always a strong runner, Allen had a lightbulb moment one year at the Cherry Blossom 10-Mile in Washington, D.C. in the USA. He was warming up, doing some strides, when he
Some people think Lance Armstrong is a pretty decent cyclist. Me, I’m fascinated by his running. The legendary cyclist has entered this autumn’s New York City Marathon and many of us are itching to see how he will fare. Armstrong won the first distance race he ever entered as a t...
LINKS • Ironman Switzerland SITE • Official Ironman Website • Trinewbies.com• Ironman training planIn summer 2004, more than 20 forum members pledged to take on Ironman Switzerland in July 2005 - that's a 2.4-mile swim, 112-mile cycle and 26.2-mile run. Many
an issue.Like most aspiring triathletes, I'm coming to the sport largely from an endurance running and cycling background. As such I think my concern about the water element of the challenge is fairly typical. Triathlon swimming generally means open
Q Ive just joined my local gym and want to try a couple of the many classes available. I havent got a bike, but because were always told that cycling is great way to cross-train, spinning appeals. What exactly is it, and is it a good work
Riding all day nearly always exposes your weakest link, which for most riders is the core. "The core area - your abs, lower back, obliques, hips and glutes - helps transfer power to the pedals, as well as stabilise the rider on the bike," says US ultra-endurance and 24-hour moun...
took the following precautions to keep his feet cool when he raced in the Duathlon World Championships in Edinburgh in September.1. Do The Squish TestWhen you're shopping for cycling shoes, pull out the insole and hold it up to the bottom of your bare
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