What effect does body hair have on evaporative cooling, how to find the minimum effective dose with heat training, should openers depend on your event type or your preferences, and much more in Episode 359 of the Ask a Cycling Coach Podcast!
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Topics Covered in This Episode
How does body hair affect evaporative cooling?
How to find the minimum effective dose with heat training?
Should openers vary depending on discipline or the athlete?
I’m hoping there’s some good stuff on the body fatigue from long rides. As it’s spring now and I up the length of my rides I’m feeling the soreness. I’m sure much of it is just acclimation to the distances, but I’m sure there’s much I’m missing.
Sorry for the confusion, y’all! We won’t be covering respiratory training tomorrow. The YT thumbnail may be cached here on the forum so it may not update for ya on here, but if you click through, it’ll be accurate.
Oh wow, love the details You guys sure aren’t afraid to go deep in the weeds, no wonder the podcast is one of the highlights of the week for me:clap: I wonder if this is more controversial than base layers for snails
Some of us are more “folliclely endowed” than others. I’ve always felt that when I do a full-body manscaping in the summer, I feel cooler on those big days in the saddle. I, for one, was excited to see that this topic was addressed— you could say that the hair on my back stood on end.