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What it means to have good legs

When watching a cycling or triathlon broadcast, one often hears the announcers refer to an athlete as having “good legs.” And while that is often true in the sense of appearance, the condition to which they’re actually referring is the … Continue reading

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Eight days a week, and eight weeks a year

The point here is that none of this takes place in a void. We can try to isolate our efforts and reduce our obligations while training hard, but life and love and challenges still intervene. Continue reading

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The harsh truth about why we all get injured while running and riding, and how to fix it

By Christopher Cudworth In 1975 during my senior year in high school, a tweak of my left achilles tendon threatened to end my track season in early April. To my father’s eternal credit, he created a lift in my left … Continue reading

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