Category Archives: CYCLING

  • 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
  • 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
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