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This Cyclist Wanted to Keep Up on Group Rides, So He Lost 200 Pounds

Age: 40 Occupation: Copywriter Hometown: Byron, Georgia Start Weight: 390 End Weight: 193 Time Cycling: 15 years (Three years more seriously) In the back of my mind, I was cognizant of the fact that I wasn’t healthy. But it really hit me when I went for a ride with some of the people I used to work with at the local bike shop. They’re pretty fast, but during the ride, I was just dying as we were going 12 miles per hour. On local group rides, I got dropped. Before, when I was in good enoug

How to Clean and Lube Your Chain - TrainerRoad Blog

A dirty chain can cause expensive components to prematurely wear out, poor shifting, and lost efficiency—costing you Watts. Learn a quick and easy way to clean and lube your chain, so you can keep putting in the hard work. A bicycle chain is a relatively simple thing at face value. When you examine a small section of chain links, you’ll see a pair of plates with a roller in between being held together with a pin. The roller is a bushing that is the main point of contact around your crankset and

What Types of Adjustments Should You Make To Your Training Plan - TrainerRoad Blog

For optimal results, you need to adjust your training plan. Whether it’s because of a change in your schedule or your fitness, there are ways to adjust your plan to achieve your full potential. But what types of changes should you be making? Why Every Training Plan Needs Adjusting Plans need to be adjusted because life has a way of changing things for you. Sometimes we have to push training to the side to take care of more pressing matters, like family or work. Or sometimes, we just have a bad

Cycling Accessories to Maximize Your Indoor Training - TrainerRoad Blog

Your indoor cycling setup doesn’t need to be glamorous. It just needs to work for you in terms of function and convenience. Here are some of the best cycling accessories to maximize your indoor training. For more on cycling accessories and indoor cycling setups, check out Ask a Cycling Coach Ep. 253. Riding inside means that you won’t get the benefit of the natural airflow you’d get outside. One of the biggest and most frequent mistakes we see in indoor setups is a lack of cooling. To prevent

Why Your Training Plan Needs to Adapt to You - TrainerRoad Blog

As an athlete, you put in countless hours of hard work. But are you sure you’re getting the most out of it? Different individuals respond to training at different rates, and unforeseen life events can cause training interruptions. In the past, it’s been up to you to adjust your training. Now with Adaptive Training, you’re an individual, and your training plan is too. The key to getting faster is consistently completing workouts that are challenging enough to grow your fitness. At face value, th

The Beginner’s Guide to Indoor Cycling Training - TrainerRoad Blog

Whether you’re experienced, just a beginner to indoor cycling, or need to find the best indoor trainer, these quick and effective tips will increase your chances of success. For more training tips and information on other topics check out the Ask a Cycling Coach Ep 239 Once you have the right equipment, it’s time to start getting faster with a training plan. TrainerRoad uses science-based plans filled with workouts designed to increase your fitness. You can use Plan Builder to create a custom

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