Why should you have to work hard, if you can do better with less effort? It all starts with the right activation and awareness and it culminates in truly fluent and easy functional movement.
It has always been there until somebody gave it a name. Stress affects absolutely every single aspect of life; a far reaching concept that does not just represent an emotional problem, caused by deadlines, debts and/or annoying coworkers.
Strength training for endurance sports has not been spared a lot of the ‘myths and legends’ that surround gyms worldwide. All your questions answered here.
Your best position is the next one. We evolved for movement and not for stillness. Why creating an active workstation to minimise sitting is important for you.
Functional movement isn’t an opinion. How to test & address any deficiencies in movement you might have in this functional assessment and mobilisation for cycling.
Our feet must last a lifetime, yet we barely give them any thought while they take a lot of wear and tear daily or in short – Feet and Endurance Sports
Muscle imbalances in endurance sports represent 98% of all injuries and as such are highly preventable. How and why do they happen and what you can do about it.
What makes a functional movement? The nuts and bolts – muscles, joints and bones or functional anatomy for sports.
Recipes for Cycling This post represents a growing cookbook of sorts, collection of recipes that I have tested/cooked myself and found quite in tune with some of my greatest revelations when it came to healthy living and eating for performance, notably…
Champions are not people who make difficult things look difficult. They are people who make difiicult things look easy. What is the one unifying feature behind them all.
Knowing ‘Why?’ you do something is the ultimate way to take responsibility for your wellbeing on your way to a low carb/high fat ketogenic diet for cycling
A truly amazing Saturday involving talking bikes, life, vintage Mercedeses and tweaking my bike fit as well as the random pole dancer….
Part 6: Processed Food, Cycling and Endurance Sports No matter to which school of diets, eating habits, etc. you subscribe to, processed foods have entered our lives, or more like have barged in the front door and made themselves at home….
Part 5: Size Does Matter: Fat Burning and Cholesterol for Cycling Pipes and Clogging What is wrong with this picture? If you eat fat and cholesterol it ends up in your blood, where it sticks to your arteries and if you…