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Cross-training

Crowd Surfing @ Green Lake

As discussed in other posts, evidence shows that fitness programs that rely heavily on non-impact sports like cycling can adversely affect bone health and increase the risk of osteoporosis. Cross training that incorporates weight lifting, resistance training, and activities like jogging that jar the skeletal system are an essential component of a long-term health program, especially for athletes in their 40’s and beyond.

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Personalities

Relationship Tips Redux

Reader Mike Stafford from Eugene, OR forwarded this link for a Prenuptual Agreement for the Biker.

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Cross-training

Relationship Tips for the Cycling Addict

It must be hell to be the mate of a cycling addict. Things that are hugely important like skinny tires, high tech toys, and the need for speed all threaten our closest relationships.

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Cross-training

Addicted to Cycling? Add High Impact Activities for Bone Health

A few years ago, an Outside magazine article about bone health caught my eye. The article begins with a story about a fit middle aged cycling enthusiast who had had borderline osteoporosis.

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Cross-training

Good News for Senior Athletes

The print version of yesterday’s Wall Street Journal (Tuesday October 9, 2007, page D 1) has an article describing an emerging trend that the number of senior athletes (defined as athletes over 40) is growing, and so is interest in sports medicine tailored for these athletes.

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Dangerous behavior

Bob Roll: Scar Tissue vs Tattoos

Pez Cycling News has a great interview this week (dated Wednesday, October 03, 2007) with cycling legend Bob Roll, aka “Bobke.”

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