As you begin logging more bike miles, aches and pains can start cropping up. The usual culprits are poor riding position, imbalanced muscles, a weak core or just another birthday."With new riders, you can usually blame poor bike fit or equipment setup, or a training error," says ...
Standfirst: Author: Pics:Issue date: oct01 / panel from racingbasics.htmlKeywords:--Throughout your running life therell be races that youll look back on and think, What the hell happened there? Here are the answers to a few of those head-scratching scenarios:I blew up The en...
-weather runner, grab our troubleshooting guide to running year-round.I'm reluctant to run in the dark – what can I do?Try to run in your lunch breaks. Otherwise, make sure you run in well-lit areas, wear reflective gear and be alert to your surroundings. If lack
raw spots, clean them gently but well, then slather on an ointment like Bag Balm or Sudocrem. But don't continue simply to mask the problem - troubleshoot. Find out if your hips are rocking, or if your thighs are rubbing the nose of the saddle, and so
(positive and negative) about the new site. We’ll start a forum thread on Tuesday for you to post your comments (and to discuss any unforeseen trouble-shooting) or, alternatively, please do drop us a line with your thoughts.
and intensity drops off. This week, as your training hits its peak you should also eat a bit more protein, troubleshoot your race plan and choose your race-day shoes.Training ChecklistThis is the final week of big training, with your final long run of between 18
’re physically prepared because you have done the necessary training, and you’re mentally prepared because you have done the necessary troubleshooting and goal-setting.” Try to minimise job, relationship and travel stresses all week. If you’re nervous about
, for example), ice the trouble spot after every run.Stretch gently but thoroughly after each run.Troubleshoot the injury you just suffered.Why were you injured in the first place? Did you run too much? Too fast? Was it a change of shoes? Check your training log
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