Category Archives: CYCLING

  • GOT VACATION PLANS?

    GOT VACATION PLANS?   By Ron Berry, Master Physical Therapist As your snowy holiday vacations fade to memory, and you begin to formulate plans for next season’s trip, why not consider an active
  • Up And Over Mont Ventoux: Part 5

    By Ron Berry, PHASE IV Director of Rehabilitation Part 1: 3 Months to Mont Ventoux Part 2: 2 Months to Mont Ventoux Part 3: 3 Weeks to Mont Ventoux Part 4: Travel to Mont Ventoux   The day began
  • Travel to Mont Ventoux: Part 4

    By Ron Berry, PHASE IV Director of Rehabilitation Part 1: 3 Months to Mont Ventoux Part 2: 2 Months to Mont Ventoux Part 3: 3 Weeks to Mont Ventoux Travel to Mont Ventoux: Part 4 Managing jet lag on l
  • 3 Weeks To Mont Ventoux: Part 3

    By Ron Berry P.T., PHASE IV Director of Rehab Services Part 1: 3 Months to Mont Ventoux Part 2: 2 Months to Mont Ventoux Part 3: 3 Weeks to Mont Ventoux Bicycling has long been a passion of mine. From
  • 2 Months To Mont Ventoux: Part 2

    By Ron Berry P.T., PHASE IV Director of Rehab Services Create Confidence.                  Self confidence can be very powerful when working towards a goal. Recently, I recall listening to st
  • 3 Months To Mont Ventoux: Part I

    By Ron Berry P.T., PHASE IV Director of Rehab Services Building to a peak is exhilarating, and self motivating – especially when it is the peak of Mont Ventoux. The top of the mountain at 6300 feet
  • Improve Cycling Performance Through Base Training

    By Robert Forster, P.T., PHASE IV Founder & CEO With summer right around the corner, making sure you’ve put in the work to build an aerobic base is more important now than ever. A lot is happeni
  • Cycling For A “Younger” Metabolism

    By Shelby Stoner, PHASE IV Exercise Physiologist Did you know that the month of May is recognized as National Bike Month? It’s a time to celebrate bikes, cycling, and most importantly a reminder to
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