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Tested: Energems

While nothing beats a good cup of coffee in the morning, I’m always on the lookout for convenient energy boosters for throughout the day (and night.) Something that might fit the bill are these chocolate energy bites called Energems. They look like M&M’s, so at first, you think it’s just a novelty. Sort of like […]

Tested: Athlete’s Power

It’s been a long time since I’ve taken any supplement that claims to improve athletic performance. Most everything I take has some specific benefit, but Athlete’s Power, well, it “promotes athletic energy.” The full tagline is: “Promotes Athletic Energy, Endurance & Stamina” That’s a little more specific, but I still think it’s funny. It’s even […]

How Tuning In to HGTV Can Turn You Into a Better, Faster Cyclist

Have you ever been forced to sit in front of the TV and watch what seems like the same show, over and over again, on HGTV? It’s actually not a bad thing. You can learn a thing or two from the people and hosts. Yes, even though the participants never seem to learn from others’ […]

Canonsburg Lake

If you live south of Pittsburgh, you have fewer lakes nearby than you would north of the city. Fortunately, there is at least one lake that makes for a decent paddle, and that is Canonsburg Lake. It’s a fairly small lake, with a surface area of about 76 acres and a maximum depth of 12-18 […]

The Endurance Athlete’s Guide to Aromatherapy

If you’re an optimistic and curious person, there are seemingly endless options to improve your health (and thus, make you a better athlete.) One that’s not often thought of, but certainly not as far of a stretch as purported miracle cures (raspberry ketones, anyone?), is aromatherapy. Could this therapy be beneficial for endurance athletes? Or […]

Book Review: Never A Bad Day by Bob Babbitt

There are typically two types of books I read. First are the educational ones I have to read to stay on top of things as a coach. These are more “studying” than reading. The other books are the ones I can relax and enjoy, and they have nothing to do with training or nutrition. (Maybe […]

The 4 Questions You Must Ask Yourself When Choosing a Gym (So You Don’t Waste Your Time and Money)

While picking out a gym isn’t one of life’s big decisions, it’s treated as an afterthought by most endurance athletes, which leads to wasted time and money (with no results to show for it.) So it’s important to put some thought into it. You need to make sure that you find the gym that’s right […]

Book Review: Bike Fit by Phil Burt

Bike Fit: Optimise your bike position for high performance and injury avoidance This is a new book by Phil Burt to be officially released today, August 12, 2014. The title leaves nothing to the imagination – this is a book about bike fit. I’ve been waiting for a book like this to come around. There […]