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Foam Rolling and Lax Ball Self-Massage Clinic at NOW Bike

This time of year, during peak training, it is important to know your recovery options and avoid wasting time and money on over-hyped products. Join us May 22 for a free clinic at NOW Bike, focusing on foam rolling and self-massage. Continue reading

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Performance Nutrition Basics

The basics of performance nutrition for triathlon. This brief talk covers what to eat and when to eat it, the differences between eating to perform on the bike and run compared to dieting, and the importance of sodium for proper hydration. Content was originally part of a talk delivered to the Soles Inspired Tri Club of Grass Valley, California. Continue reading

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Bike Maintenance Clinic at Tour of Nevada City Bike Shop

Learn to take off your back tire and fix a flat bike tube at a clinic being put on by Tour of Nevada City Bike Shop. This is co-sponsored by Grass Valley’s Soles Inspired Tri Club. Continue reading

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How to Periodize Your Yoga as a Triathlete

You periodize your triathlon training for swim, bike, and run. Here’s where yoga fits in each season for us triathletes. Continue reading

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Prevent Cycling Neck Pain

Are those cycling miles adding up already and causing neck pain? Here are some solutions. Continue reading

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Soles Inspired Tri Club: Triathlon 101 Presentation

This is a shortened version of the Tri 101 presentation delivered to the tri club last week. Continue reading

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Strong Glutes = Happy Knees

A new study further proves the need for runners to do strength training targeting glute med to avoid knee pain. Continue reading

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Manage Hourly Caloric Intake to Lose Fat

A study from Georgia State University shows that intra-day calorie deficits are correlated to higher body fat percentages among elite gymnasts and runners. Continue reading

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