Two alternatives to spice up your recovery drink routine to help you recover after your ride. The best part: they’re cheap and delicious!
Carbo-loading aims to increase the glycogen available for your muscles to use during exercise, but there’s more to it than you might think. Here’s how to do it right!
You can make your own electrolyte solution at home with just a couple of everyday pantry ingredients, and it only takes a few minutes. It’s as easy as making a cup of coffee!
We are often told we need to supplement our micronutrient intake, with commonly touted micronutrients including vitamin supplements, nitrates and magnesium. So should you really be supplementing these? Or are they just a waste of your money?
Amino acid supplements often claim to improve recovery time, but do they really work?
Superfoods and antioxidants – do they really make you a healthier person, or is it just a clever marketing tool?
Energy bars can be expensive, especially if you’re cycling a lot. If you’re on a budget, it may help to make your own. Here’s a basic recipe to get you started, and a few suggestions to mix it up to use again and again.
Some scientific studies have cast a light on the dim area of cycling and exercise nutrition, and the results may surprise you. Here’s some tips on how to fuel during a ride and how to recover faster.
People like to talk about protein supplements, but most people don’t really know how to use them correctly, and unless you’re using your protein supplements right, you’re probably wasting your money.
Carbohydrates are the immediate energy supply for your muscles, providing far more bang for your buck than protein or fats.