All of Coach Levi’s advice.

Tested: Turbulence Training for Abs

If you are a fan of high-intensity interval training in place of slow, boring cardio workouts, Turbulence Training is the perfect match for you (and me.) I still do plenty of long bike rides to build my endurance, but when it comes to getting in shape, high-intensity training like this is the name of the game.

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How to Select The Proper Sunglass Lens Color for Your Riding Conditions

When it comes to sunglasses for cycling, you have a seemingly endless array of options. Sunglass frames in colors to match your bike, lenses for every possible lighting situation, and some even have a built-in MP3 player! But what matters is lens color… Here’s a guide covering what lens to use for the conditions in which you ride.

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Tested: Beverly International Lean Out Fat Transport System

In a desperate attempt to slim down for a big bike race in July (and get six pack abs in the process,) I was actually willing to buy and use diet pills. Normally I wouldn’t give diet pills a second glance, but this was different… this was an all-natural fat loss pill designed for bodybuilders who need to lose that extra bit of fat to look their best for competition… and who knows, it might be perfect for cyclists…

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5 Real Reasons Why You Should Shave Your Legs (That Have Nothing To Do With Aerodynamics)

I have been shaving my legs for so long that I don’t even remember why I do it. It’s just instinct. Kind of like putting on my helmet or lathering up with chamois butter, I don’t think about why I do it, I just do it. And hey, it works fine that way. But there are so many myths and misconceptions about leg shaving, and so many articles that don’t quite get it right, I decided to put on my thinking cap and remember exactly why I shave my legs.

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Tour de Susquehanna 2008 Race Report

Even though this was only the third running of the Tour de Susquehanna, this was by far the most anticipated one yet. Each year has seen a number of competitors, yet only one champion – Brett Baronak, a native of the area who travels back (from Florida) to get in on the action. Well he didn’t show up this year, and the race was totally different!

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Cooking with Coach Levi: My Personal Favorite Oatmeal Recipe

I love oatmeal. I cook it myself almost every single day. (The pre-made packets are alright, but they usually contain too much extra sugar.) Nevertheless, oatmeal is a great breakfast. It’s full of healthy, hearty grains, and fills you up – it “sticks to your gut” as they say. In other words, it keeps you feeling satisfied for hours. Here’s how to cook a great bowl…

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