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Cycling Recovery Drink Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for Cycling Recovery Drink.

8 Ways to Speed Up Workout Recovery

When you're serious about your training and your fitness goals, you're no stranger to tough workouts. You know that you have to put in the hard work to get the results you want.  But whether you’re training for a specific even...  Read more

Get Results with Interval Training

I used to be a competitive long distance runner. Day in and day out I’d run mile upon mile, training for the next big race. Some days it meant running a six or seven mile loop that included several (seemingly endless) hills. Other days, I warme...  Read more

9 Cross-Training Activities for Runners

The only way to become a better runner is to run, but the more running replaces other exercises in your fitness program, the more likely you are to become injured, suffer from burnout, or develop muscular imbalances. So what's a runner to do (bes...  Read more

How to Create the Perfect Workout Playlist

You know that scene in High Fidelity where John Cusack is touting the importance of the perfectly crafted mix tape? A tape that has to kick off with a killer track to grab attention, then take it up a notch, then cool it off a notch?    ...  Read more

Workouts for Skiers and Snowboarders

Snow enthusiasts everywhere are counting down the days until they can hit the slopes. Both skiing and snowboarding are fun and exciting winter pursuits. But these demanding physical activities also pose high risks. Without proper training, you won...  Read more

HELP! Exercise=Getting A Cold=Stop/Start Cycle
Updated 7/7/2014 9:29:14 AM

Okay Site Experts...Here's the deal. I recently identified one of the things that contributes to an on again / off again exercise discipline for me. There seems to be something of a pattern that goes like this: 1. Exercise resistance (and s...  Read more

Bad time to drink water?
Updated 6/26/2014 2:07:00 PM

So, I was at the gym the other day and a middle aged female was telling her son or grandson that it was NOT a good idea to drink water until they ate something. She said it is not good for you. I was shocked. In my book, it is always a good time to d...  Read more

Old folks and marathons (recovery time)
Updated 7/9/2014 5:02:51 PM

I ran my first marathon over Memorial Day weekend. I am now starting to train for another one in October. I am having a lot of trouble running longer distances. General fatigue mostly. I did take off a couple of weeks between the marathon and...  Read more

Need help breaking the cycle
Updated 7/11/2014 12:53:01 AM

I am super addicted to drive thru breakfasts... cant seem to get going in the morning without one. Any tips helping me stop making that quick stop at the drive thru in the morning??...  Read more

Chris Powell- carb cycling
Updated 6/16/2014 2:26:20 PM

I'm looking for anyone who has done Chris Powell's program or is currently doing the program to be on my support team. Let me know if you are interested....  Read more

Cycle

Get a bike and cycle as much as you can. We have several cycle paths off road around where I live...  Read more

Vary your routine

I have three cardio exercises that I like to do - walking, swimming, and biking. They all use different core muscles, so I can 'cycle' through them, and not over stress a single core muscle group, which allows for faster recovery....  Read more

Recovery Club

Any One is welcome here, but specificly those in recovery from smoking, drugs, alcohol ect....  Read more

Could Tart Cherry Juice Combat Muscle Soreness?

Six weeks from today, I, along with 11 of my fellow SparkPeople running pals of the Sparkin' Hood to Coast Team, will be participating in one of the most prestigious long distance relays in the world--The Hood to Coast Relay. The relay begins on the...  Read more

HIIT Workout: An Hour's Worth of Cardio in 20 Minutes!

These days, high intensity interval training is hot. More and more exercise researchers are discovering that steady state cardio still does a body good—but pushing your body during shorter bursts of high intensity effort can achieve similar&mda...  Read more