, increase your urine output (cold-induced diuresis) and, along with additional layers of clothing (particularly waterproof gear), can lead to significant sweat losses. Sweat losses of as much as one litre per hour are not uncommon when training in the cold
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of triathlon.Whether you’re tackling your first triathlon or returning to racing this summer, you’ll find the newsletters packed with training tips, gear and gadget suggestions and nutrition advice.To ensure you’ve covered the basics, we’ve linked
but you feel like you are applying pressure through up to half the pedal stroke. Do this for 5-10 mins, then take 3-5mins to recover at a more comfortable cadence. Repeat 3-5 times.When developing strength using 'big gear/low cadence' work there is no need
in place with rubber bands. 10. Leave your bike in an easy gear (middle on the back cogs and small front chainring) so that pedalling is easy when you jump on. 11. Put baby oil or Vaseline on your shoulders, wrists and ankles; this helps you remove your
of your training sessions. It's tempting to test yourself at club or group sessions, or on routes that you've breezed through in the past, so control your effort by using a heart-rate monitor. This is not the time to be pushing the big gears or running
Road BikesRoad bikes need to handle with agility in a wide variety of situations including climbing, cornering and descending. The seat tube angle is generally 73 degrees and the rider's position is often quite upright. Hands must have a variety of positions on drop handlebars to...
Out of the box, the latest offering from Garmin was considerably different to the forerunner models that I was used to handling. With its larger and heavier bulk, knurled metal buttons and a dense rubber strap, the chunky exterior may mislead some of you into thinking it would...
behind him, including the five World Majors Marathons in 2008. Riel’s gearing up for the Gobi March – a tough 250K survival race through the Gobi Desert – but is putting this on hold to make sure he sees his RW pace group through under the magical sub-3
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