Second only to running among favorite outdoor activities, cycling continues to enjoy a boom. In fact, Americans spend more on bicycling gear and trips than they do on airplane tickets. Bike for Life offers key information on medical research, training techniques, nutrition, technology, and equipment trends that impact the sport at every level. It is the authoritative guide to getting the most out of riding, whether you bike for health, fitness, transportation, or recreation. This essential resource includes research on staying strong longer and tackles issues relevant to older cyclists, especially balance and the anti-aging benefits of cycling. This updated edition also offers skills and events specific to women; new interviews, tips, and strategies; and 100 black-and-white photos to illustrate the exercises.How to Ride to 100--and Beyond, revised edition Roy Wallack. lateral tracking of the ... A. Build up the vastus medialis, the inner-thigh quad muscle. ... Opposite hand-foot crossover: This IT/quad stretch loosens the lateral pull on the kneecap.
|Title||:||Bike for Life|
|Publisher||:||Da Capo Press - 2015-03-10|