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Bike for sale- 11-1-2017 |

Nearly new Schwinn Signature Super Sport 3 hybrid bike Size Small (5’3″ – 5’6″), purchased at Ernie’s Cycle Shop in Westbrook that is equipped with all the items you recommended – helmet, pump, tool kit, extra tubes, Kryptonite lock with cable, bike shorts (worn with undergarments), plus fenders for commuting – that I would like […]

Wetsuit – Mar 10, 2017 |

Does anyone have a wet suit that they would be willing to sell, in pretty good condition, size S or XS? This will be my first time every swimming in the ocean! Julia Abrol

Timing The Rear Of The Stroke |

Timing The Rear Of The Stroke A couple of weeks ago on “How The Catch Should Feel To You”, Mark Schnupp asked: “I was wondering if you could expand upon this post and discuss the rotation of the hips and how they relate to the catch and pull to include timing, what to look for, […]

The Rules of Rest |

http://www.tri-hard.com Jason Gootman and Will Kirousis | Tri-Hard ( http://www.tri-hard.com) Do you ever watch nature shows and notice how much time the wild animals sit around doing nothing? Do you ever wonder how your “lazy” house cat, Frisky, can jump 10 body lengths up onto the window sill? Sure, his body is constructed for that […]

The Four Classic Causes Of Shoulder Pain And Injury In Swimming |

Studies into swimming injury show that 80% of us suffer from enough shoulder pain at some point during our swimming lives to keep us out of the water for at least a few days. In the past swimmers and coaches thought that some level of shoulder pain or even injury was normal in swimming and […]

How to Build Speed in the Off Season  |

By Patrick McCrann For Active.com Even though most endurance athletes have one big race each season, that doesn’t preclude them from doing a number of other events. After all, if you can do an Ironman or a 70.3, then you should be able to just jump into a marathon for fun…right? The answer would be yes […]

Yoga for Cyclists: 3 |

Yoga for Cyclists: 3 Poses You Should Practice By Claire Petretti • For Active.com Many of my yoga students are cyclists who practice yoga to alleviate muscle tightness from logging long hours in the saddle. A yoga practice focused on flexibility, core strength and balance can be a perfect cross-training workout for the avid cyclist. […]

So Inclined |

So Inclined Dread going up? Reap the benefits of hill work by changing your routine and your attitude. By John Hanc Image by Brucie Rosch From the July 2010 issue of Runner's World THE EARTH WAS once flat as glass, according to Native American lore. But then the Thunderbirds, or “Divine Ones,” marked the land […]

Run ‘Em Down |

Tweak classic workouts to nail a faster finish. By Ed Eyestone Image by Patrik Giardino /Corbis From the July 2010 issue of Runner’s World ON THE LONGCHAMP HORSE TRACK outside Paris in 1980, I watched Craig Virgin become the first, and only, American man to ever win the IAAF World Cross-Country Championships. Earlier that day […]

Rest Right |

Match the length of your recovery period to the goal of your workout. By Cindy Kuzma Image by Jason Gould From the June 2012 issue of Runner’s World Whether you regularly rip through mile repeats or you’re new to speedwork, you probably pay more attention to the time, pace, and effort of the hard work […]

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