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Caffeine for Cyclists: Pros, Cons, And Caveats

Caffeine is the world’s most popular drug, and is closely associated with cycling culture. Should you be incorporating caffeine into your training in a more deliberate way?


Treating Hyponatremia, Training with Low TSS, EPO and more – Ask a Cycling Coach 271

How to quickly recognize and treat hyponatremia, how to get faster with a low TSS training plan, how EPO and your hematocrit affect your performance and more in Episode 271 of The Ask a Cycling Coach Podcast.


The Beginner’s Guide to Indoor Cycling Training

Whether you’re experienced or just beginning indoor training, these quick and effective tips will increase your chances of success.


Why Exercise Feels Good, VO2 Max Training Science, Caffeine and More – Ask a Cycling Coach 252

Why you feel better after doing a workout, the science and structure behind VO2 Max training, the effect of training and activity on caffeine processing rates plus more in Episode 252 of the Ask a Cycling Coach Podcast.


Caffeine and Nutrition, Training with the Menstrual Cycle, Closing Gaps and More with Special Guest Amber Pierce – Ask a Cycling Coach 220

Special guest and Cannondale Pro Amber Pierce joins the team for a discussion on how caffeine affects mid-ride nutrition, closing gaps in a race, balancing performance with the menstrual cycle and much more.


Does Coffee Hydrate Just As Well As Water?

You’ve probably heard the old myth about caffeine causing dehydration. Since 2002, a great deal of research has been coming out to disprove this theory. Now in 2014, the pendulum has swung entirely to the other side and research is now being focused on the hydrating effects of a cup of your favorite morning beverage.…



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