For several years there has been a debate about whether strength training is necessary for cyclists, whether it is really useful or not to improve...
Sleeping about 1 hour more each night has a significant impact on calorie intake and therefore on weight reduction.
A study claims that cycling could save an estimated 10,000 deaths a year in Europe, largely based on the physical benefits of....
The best cyclist is not the one who moves the most watts, but the one who manages to get from "point A" to "point B" first.
Physical exercise can help reduce high blood pressure, a very common condition in adults. Sport, and in particular...
Personalisation is one of the basic principles of training. The plan has to be adapted to the cyclist and not the other way around.
A study by researchers at the University of Bath (UK) has shown that reducing our use of social media improves our...
Activity trackers such as the Whoop wristband have become a rich source of data that allows cyclists to train more accurately.
Virtual cycling apps like Zwift have made it much easier to train in winter but they force us to question whether they are the right choice.
We are all aware of the importance of active recovery, but few people go for gentle rides.
A study published in the European Heart Journal revealed that intense exercise has more benefits for the heart than previously thought.
Lactic acid has always been the bad guy that made your legs burn with exertion, but recent studies have shown its real role.
W/kg has become commonplace in cycling when describing a cyclist's performance, but which is more important?
Isometric exercises are a type of exercise that involve muscle tension without the need to move from one place to another.
Although training today focuses on watts, our heart can still provide us with a lot of information about our fitness.