By Eric Yelsa, Ph. D. The Fall is a wonderful time of year. The majority of cycling events have drawn to a close and with the changes of weather comes an opportunity to reinvest interest in other aspects of life. However, the Fall is also an excellent opportunity to reflect on cycling accomplishments of the […]
By Mark Deterline Fall and winter in Utah means different things to different people and different kinds of athletes. As an endurance coach, many of my athletes have finished a long season of cycling, or have peaked for and competed in events over the spring and summer months. Some enter fall well prepared to compete […]
By Cari Junge My first triathlon, nearly 20 years ago, was in a small town two hours west of Chicago, Illinois, with beautiful rolling hills and a gentle lake swim. I went into the training with a competitive sport background, though my experience in each sport-specific leg of triathlon was limited. I was a “newby” […]
By Tim Bochnowski “A tapped sciatic nerve What good does this serve me? I need an ambulance quick I’m ruined rheumatically” -The Toy Dolls Sciatica is a common painful disorder affecting the leg. The sciatic nerve runs from the lower back through the buttock and into the lower leg. Sciatica causes pain, tingling or numbness […]
As summer winds down and fall rolls in, we are about to enjoy some of the most incredible riding of the year. Whether you are closing out a heavy season of road or mountain bike racing or just finishing a long summer of recreational riding, the weather, the colors and the dirt off-road are at their peak during the fall.