Month: February 2014

Having to pee during or around a bike race is one of those bothersome yet necessary tasks that likely won’t improve performance, but can ruin it if you don’t address it properly. One year at a popular opening season race in …

Peeing in the Peloton – Tips for when you have to “go” in a bike race Read More »

Here’s an interesting bit of science. There are taste receptors that are sensitive to “sweet” substances in the intestine (http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2007/08/070820175426.htm). They are similar to the ones on your tongue. When the intestinal receptors interact with sugar in consumed foods, they …

Diet Soda Makes People Fat. Here’s Why. Read More »

“I think I can, I know I can”      – a personal story and reflection of overcoming obstacles and being safe by Coach Kori Seehafer Some of the best educational experiences occur during major setbacks. The biggest lessons come …

I Think I Can, I Know I Can – Using a Major Setback as Inspiration to Bounce Back Read More »