Monthly Archives: May 2011

National Championships
May 31, 2011 posted by

Winter Training Recap

Given it’s the first warm sunny day of the year here in Utah it seemed like a good time to record how my winter training program went. Maybe then winter…

cycling
May 27, 2011 posted by

An Open Letter To The Tour of Utah

With the Tour of California having just ended, wouldn’t it be great to have another big stage race in the US that would keep the international peloton racing here for…

coffee
May 26, 2011 posted by

Damn Good Coffee!

I swear I’m not on any coffee company’s graft list. But my role of media watchdog on health makes its benefits virtually impossible to ignore its benefits, which seem to…

cycling
May 23, 2011 posted by

Losing Face

Even though I don’t report on doping anymore last night’s 60 Minutes piece is too much to pass up commenting on. The show got me to click the doping label…

age
May 19, 2011 posted by

Study: Exercise Prevents Premature Aging

You’ll have to excuse me for re-using a graphic from a post a few weeks back. It’s even more appropriate for today’s entry on the effects of exercise on aging….

Beachbody
May 17, 2011 posted by

Training Your Brain

The entire mission over at P3 is staying ahead of everybody else when it comes to training the body to achieve human potential. And when I say that body I…

challenges
May 10, 2011 posted by

Sedona’s Big Friggin’ Loop

“If you had only one day to ride in Sedona which trails would you do?” I asked, not expecting a definitive reply since it’s rumored to be one of the…

cycling
May 7, 2011 posted by

A Hill In Spain

A Hill in Spain from chris akrigg on Vimeo. I had my own psyche post ready to go but then ran across this and, well, I rarely tire of watching…

challenges
May 5, 2011 posted by

Recovering From Relaxing

Ah, it feels sublime to be tired and sore when you’ve gotten that way from activity. And when I get time to relax pretty much all I do is exercise….