Month: January 2013

Cycling to a Sexier Butt

It’s Got Your Back Your rear end is one of the biggest and most powerful group of muscles in your body. It’s in charge of extending your trunk and laterally moving and extending your hips so it helps you perform movements like climbing stairs and rising from a seated position—things that you do practically on […]

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The Best Bike Trails: Bryce Canyon

  Red rock, scenic views, rich forests and meadows—it is easy to see why Bryce Canyon and its surrounding areas are a popular destination for cycling enthusiasts. The trail within the park itself takes you up the Paunsaugunt Plateau, providing an excellent view of the amphitheater’s colorful spires, pinnacles and monuments along the way. But […]

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Supplements for Triathletes Part 1: What Is Really Necessary During Training?

Supplements for Triathletes Part 1: What Is Really Necessary During Training? The world of endurance sports is being inundated with supplements manufactured with the endurance athlete in mind. It’s easy to get wrapped up in supplementing. Before you know it you’re taking a handful of pills in the morning, a special powder for your water bottles, and […]

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The Best Bike Trails: River to the Sea Bikeway

  The 11-mile River to the Sea Bikeway, also known as WMPO Bicycle Route 1, features paved and off-road sections that run along the Historic Beach Car Line. The route passes through residential streets, multi-use paths and several arterial roadways. The ride The adventure starts at the end of Market Street, which is located at […]

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