Cycling for weight loss

Cycling for weight loss: I started riding for 10 mins a day for 1 month. Here’s what happened next. By Clint Latham – Get FREE updates on new posts here I was over weight, tired and stressed. I was running a coffee brew bar, a professional photography studio, managing a cloud automation team, a member of the board of directors for a non-profit and attending law school. It was easy to say that time was one thing that I didn’t have a lot of. However I knew that I could spare 10 mins a day. Just 10 mins I could make a big shift. IRead More →

Cycling for Weight Loss: The Ultimate Fat Guide Your body doesn’t operate in a vacuum so its time you stop treating it like it does. By Clint Latham – Get FREE updates on new posts here There are a lot of misconceptions about how your body uses fat. You see articles, blog posts and podcasts all sharing the same information. Which can be misleading. For ever we thought it was the fat in our foods that made us fat. That ushered in the era of the low fat diet. Now its carbohydrates. The common assumption today is if you you eat carbohydrates your going toRead More →

Cycling for weight loss: How to choose the right road bike With all the options out there, how do you know what’s right for you? By Clint Latham – Get FREE updates on new posts here You’ve dusted off your old road bike, you’ve been Riding to 75 and now you’re starting to see results. Now it’s time to upgrade. If you’ve been out of the road biking scene for the last couple of years you might be a little confused as to what kind of road bike is right for you. Well I’m here to help. In this article we are going to takeRead More →

Cycling for weight loss: How to choose the right mountain bike With so many options how do you know what to buy? By Clint Latham – Get FREE updates on new posts here You’ve dusted off your old mountain bike, you’ve been Riding to 75. You’re starting to see results and now you’re looking to upgrade. If you’ve been out of the mountain biking scene for the last couple of years you might be asking “What the heck? How are there so many different options!”. Well I’m here to help. In this article we are going to take away the mystery and help you findRead More →

Cycling for weight loss: 5 terms every cyclist should know Fitness terms that will help you achieve your cycling goals By Clint Latham – Get FREE updates on new posts here You’re sitting down at your favorite cafe and the local racer comes up to you. “Hey man, I see you’ve been riding a lot. What’s your FTP?” You then ask, “What the heck is FTP!” Well if you’ve been following me for any amount of time you know that there is little to no training information available for the recreational cyclist. It’s all based off racing. While training like a racer will get youRead More →

Who else wants a better pre-ride routine to help you ride your best? By Gene Hamilton – Get BetterRide.net updates here (view original article here) Most of my crashes and injuries have occurred within five minutes of throwing a leg over my bike. Usually because I wasn’t mentally “on my bike”, I was still worried/thinking about something that happened before my ride (Did I leave the stove on? Who won last nights primary’s? Do these fat tires make my butt look big?  , etc.) and have a silly crash on an easy trail. We need to be focused and in the moment to ride our best! Being mentallyRead More →

Cycling for Weight loss: What every cyclist ought to know about power meters. To Power or not to Power, that is the question By Clint Latham – Get Free updates of new posts here Let me start by saying this. Power meters are awesome and in fact they are one of the best cycling performance tools to date. If you are serious about racing then you need a power meter. Without one you’ll be left in the dust. Power meters give us a way to measure actual work load. How many watts are you putting into the pedals. Then through a series of test weRead More →

Cycling for weight loss: Who else wants to eat more and still lose weight? Why leading obesity researchers suggest we need to eat more. By Clint Latham – Get Free updates of new posts here Working in the bodybuilding community you hear all the time that eating 6 times a day boosts your metabolism. The idea is that by eating through out the day your metabolism keeps humming and your body  burns more calories. However, the research shows that this is not true. Maryann Tomovich Jacobsen, MS, RD author of “Fearless feeding: How to raise healthy eater from high chair to high school.” States aRead More →

Cycling for weight loss: An industry secret from a major sports supplement company about weight loss They don’t want you to know it! By Clint Latham – Get Free updates of new posts here You’re going to hear about a valuable insight I learned, during a recent interview with the VP of a major sports supplement brand. And then I’ll walk you through exactly how to avoid it so you won’t make the same costly mistake. To learn more keep reading. I was recently interviewed by the Vice President of a major sports supplement company. Lets call them brand X. Brand X is held byRead More →

Cycling for weight loss: What Everybody Ought to Know About Cycling and Coffee Caffeine is so effective that its consumption is limited by the UCI By Clint Latham – Get Free updates of new posts here Peanut butter and jelly, ketchup and mustard, Cycling and Coffee. Things that just seem to go together. One of the great benefits of joining the cycling community is sitting down at your local cafe for your pre or post ride coffee. This coffee ritual might have a greater impact on your weight loss goals then you might realize. UCI Ban Caffeine appeared to have such an affect on performanceRead More →