Category Archives: CYCLING

  • 3 Months To Mont Ventoux: Part I


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    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
  • The Best Foods For Your Long Rides

    By Tina Paymaster, PHASE IV Functional Nutrition & Health Specialist   When you’re out on a ride for 3-4 hours, refueling is essential to getting the most out of your workout and helping yo
  • THE BEST AND WORST FITNESS AND DIET TRENDS FOR 2018

    Along with the New Year usually comes setting intentions that include some sort of health and fitness goal. As these intentions come and go each year, so do the fitness trends. According to recent sur
  • WITH ONE LEG AND AN IRON WILL

    With one leg and an iron will, Brett Wolfe sets himself apart from biking pack by Kristin Dizon, Seattle Post Intelligence SQUAMISH B.C. — Coated with a thin layer of dust and a trickle of blood
  • WEIGHT LOSS FOR ATHLETES

    As Athletes We EAT and TRAIN, We Don’t DIET and EXERCISE. Why is that? Sometimes it’s not as simple as calories in, calories out. Whether our goals are weight loss or performance related,
  • THE EFFECTS OF “De-Training” and HOW TO MAINTAIN FITNESS THROUGH THE HOLIDAYS

    The Effects of “De-Training” and How to Maintain Your Fitness When Your Holiday Schedule Gets Tight By CEO Robert Forster, PT   As we enter the time of the year when busy schedules and shorte
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