The Way to Win: Three Pro Performance Tactics You Should Use
World Champion gravel rider, Lauren De Crescenzo, and 2016 Olympic Marathoner, Luis Orta, are no strangers to the top step of the podium. Here are their three performance tips to ensure success time and time again.
Reduce the Ouch
One day you're jumping off a curb, the next day you're laid out simply trying to put your pants on. If this is you, it's time to recover smarter. We break down the top products that are supporting and encouraging recovery this year.
The Feed's Guide to the TDF: Why You Should Do More Zone 2
Zone 2 training is the unsung hero of the world's fittest riders. In this article. we'll break down what Zone 2 training is, why it's important, and how it can level up your fitness.
The Feed's Guide to the TDF: Sleeping Like a Pro
Following a Tour stage, the goal for any team is to move their riders from the finish line to their beds as quickly and effortlessly as possible. With stages wrapping up around 6 PM, riders have to cool down, refuel, travel to the hotel, receive a massage, and dine. We'll disclose some little tricks that the pros use to get the best sleep possible.
A Deep Dive on Sodium Bicarbonate
Sodium bicarbonate is nothing new, but it's certainly experiencing a moment right now. From the household pantry to the bus of professional race teams; we'll look at the history of sodium bicarbonate and its performance implications.
Racing and Gut Health
It's time to talk about an incredibly important but very complex topic: endurance training/racing and gut health. The gut is an extremely important aspect of performance and overall health, so what are some things we can do to support it?
Gut Check: Spring Training Tips for Improved Cycling Performance
Spring is here and that means more time outside, more mileage, and more fuel. This can be a perfect time to try our step-by-step guide for improving your fueling strategy and the performances to follow.