Recent Studies Show That Cyclists May Use Epigenetics to Return to Form After a Long Break From Riding
Long-lasting genetic changes at the molecular level give scientific insight into how athletes rebuild their fitness to previous levels after taking an extended break from their bikes.
Ever wonder the difference between a sprain and a strain? Or a cramp and a stitch? Knowing just might make dealing with them more manageable.
Science shows that you can get stronger after working out for only 3 seconds, which isn’t the minimal dose. Who knew? Not me. Who cares? Not me!
Fitness trackers, their data, and algorithms have a place as they should. Decide where that place is before your device does it for you.
Should you take sodium tablets before or during a big event? Exertional Hyponatremia from overhydration is a life-threatening condition that is avoidable by following these simple steps.
Recent Cycling Science Shows Day-To-Day Heart Rate Variability is Not Indicative of Performance, But For Virtual Cyclists, it May
Daily HRV monitoring does not affect average cycling performance, but it is significant in a few key areas critical to eracers.
Elite and pro cyclists of all disciplines use virtual training and racing to prepare for their real-life goals.
An interview with beta-Zwifter and Supersapiens test athlete Pete Butler!
Heart Rate Variability is a powerful data tool for guiding a cyclist’s training and recovery, but it isn’t the only wrench in the toolbox.
I Don’t Want to Lose the Cycling Strength I Got From Weight Training, But My Legs Are Heavy—When Should I Stop Lifting Before My Big Race?
Recent research sheds light on the cycling detraining debate and answers the taper from strength training question.
An unhealthy relationship with exercise can lead to addiction and have a disastrous effect on your well-being, relationships, and cycling performance.
In the final retrospective, by continuing to innovate and commit to a proactive approach in the area of Extreme Dieting, Zwift will impact the lives of a staggering number of virtual cyclists.
The second in a three-part retrospective exploring the impact, practical application, and future of Extreme Dieting in Virtual Cycling.
The first in a three-part retrospective exploring the impact, practical application, and future of Extreme Dieting in Virtual Cycling.
I’m a Cyclist and Physical Therapist, and I Follow this 5-Minute Pre-Ride Flow to Prevent Those Twinges in My Back
Take it from this cycling PT that had to learn the hard way. If you don’t take care of your back, it won’t care for you.
Scientists have discovered a technique that has made muscle information more readily attainable. What would you do?
For Cyclists Struggling to Get Back on the Bike After COVID-19, an Explanation is in How Our Bodies Respond to Exercise
Recent science sheds light on the safe return to cycling after COVID-19 question by research into how our circulatory system responds to exercise.
Recent Science Discovers a New Way Muscles Heal Themselves After a Workout and Gives a Clearer Picture of How We Get Stronger
Recent research uncovers an unknown muscle fiber repair process and provides the opportunity to revisit what we know about post-exercise recovery.
Scientists study 25 National team cyclists to put a number to the link between mind and body, but the value is in realizing the relationship and how to use it to make us better.
The recommendations and guidelines of authoritative organizations, experts on the topic, and a top cycling esports coach who battled COVID-19 for two years himself.