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Cooper Aerobics Center and KGS Bikes Team Up to Give Cyclists World-Class Testing, Training and Bicycle Fitting

Changing trends in adult active lifestyles prompts addition of products, services and protocols to benefit professionals who live to ride Dallas, TX (PRWEB) August 7, 2008 -- Dr. Kenneth H. Cooper, the "father of aerobics" and chairman of Cooper Aerobics Cente...

EyeCare America's EyeRide for Sight Cyclists Arrive in Washington, D.C.

Team of Four Complete 3000 Mile Cross Country Ride that Raised Funds for Blindness Prevention Programs San Francisco, CA (Vocus) July 7, 2008-- EyeCare Americas EyeRide for Sight cyclists arrived in Washington, D.C. on Thursday, July 3rd completing their 3,000 mile jour...

National Non-Profit, EyeCare America, and the Maryland Society of Eye Physicians & Surgeons Host Finish Line Celebration for “EyeRide for Sight” Cyclists

Cross country ride raised more than a half a million dollars for blindness prevention programs. Baltimore, MD (Vocus) July 9, 2008 -- EyeCare America, a public service program of the Foundation of the American Academy of Ophthalmology, and the Maryland Society of Eye Ph...

KGS Bikes Offers Fittings to Dallas' Discriminating Cyclists

SAN ANTONIO, May 29 /PRNewswire/ -- After seeing an opportunity for growth beyond San Antonio, KGS Bikes, a bicycle fitting studio and ultra high-end bicycle store, is expanding into the Dallas area. They will be performing their renowned advanced fitting services twice a month in the new mark...

Hundreds of Cyclists to Ride for Alzheimer's Cause

Hundreds of cyclists will be participating in the Memory Ride for Alzheimer's Research on Saturday, July 28, with each rider raising money to fight the disease that affects more than 5 million Americans. Nearly every cyclist participating in the 11th annual Memory Ride has a personal story...

Competitive women cyclists experience reduced genital sensation

Researchers in the Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology & Reproductive Sciences at Yale School of Medicine and The Albert Einstein //College of Medicine report that women who are into regular bicycling experienced reduced genital sensation and were more likely to complain of pain in the genitals. ...

Fourth Annual Capitol Classic Bike Race for Autism Awareness

... and the Autism Society of Minnesota. Professional cyclists compete for cash prizes while raising awareness fo...services. Visual: Come see competitive cyclists biking around the grounds of the beautiful State C...ns from near and far can cheer on the professional cyclists and join in the fun. When: Sunday, July...

TrainingPeaks Selected As "Official Training Software" Of Bike MS And Joe Friel Selected As The "Official Coach"

...and owner of the coaching company TrainingBible Coaching to be "Official Coach" of Bike MS. Friel developed a range of training plans for cyclists that are available on the TrainingPeaks software to provide Bike MS participants with the motivation and skills necessary to arrive well-prepared for ...

Team Type 1 Takes First Place Finish in Race Across America

... The OmniPod(R) Insulin Management System Lets cyclists Focus on Winning in Record Setting Time ANNAP... Phil Southerland and Joe Eldridge, a pair of avid cyclists with Type 1 diabetes. In 2006 and 2007, the pair c...team formed out of the desire to showcase diabetic cyclists during one of the toughest races in the world -- t...

Study Finds Skin Cancer Rates Higher Among Athletes

...ously those individuals who compete in summer sports being at significantly increased exposure. They noted, for example that during the Tour de Suisse cyclists were exposed to approximately eight times more than the minimal dose of UV needed to cause sunburn. "Summer athletes are not the only ones i...
Cyclists in Medical Technology

Elite Team of Cyclists with Type 1 Diabetes Powers Forward in 2008 Sponsored by Rapid-Acting Insulin Apidra(R)

- Inspirational Team of Athletes - Team Type 1 - Spreads Messages of Hope to Others with Diabetes and Steers Toward Its Ultimate Goal of Tour de France Competition BRIDGEWATER, N.J., April 2, 2008 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Sanofi-a...
Cyclists in Biological News

Male cyclists risk sexual problems if they don’t choose the right bike

Men who take up cycling in an effort to stay fit, do their bit for the environment or avoid spiralling motoring costs, could be harming their health if they don't choose the right bicycle. That's the stark warning from consultant urological surgeon Mr Vinod Nargund from St Bartholomew's and Homert...

A little java makes it easier to jive, researcher says

...elping us train harder to push ourselves a little harder," he said. The cyclists didn't know why it helped, they just knew it was effective. "I think int...h-intensity, 30-minute exercise sessions. An hour prior to each session, cyclists who had been instructed not to consume caffeine during the prior 24-hour p...

Building strong bones: Running may provide more benefits than resistance training, MU study finds

...s found that runners had greater spine BMD than cyclists. Lean body mass was positively associated with BMD in both resistance-trained individuals and cyclists but not in runners; therefore, high-impact activity may override the benefits of lean body mass on BMD, Hinton said. ...

Post-exercise caffeine helps muscles refuel

...and cola drinks. The study was conducted on seven well-trained endurance cyclists who participated in four sessions. The participants first rode a cycle ergo... contained the same amount of carbohydrate. Neither the researchers nor the cyclists knew which regimen they were receiving, making it a double-blind, placebo-c...

Study shows some athletic men may risk low bone density

...asured bone mineral density in 43 competitive male cyclists and runners ages 20 to 59. Findings of the study included: The cyclists had significantly lower bone mineral density of th...r spine, compared to runners. 63 percent of the cyclists had osteopenia of the spine or hip compared with 1...

Viagra improves high altitude exercise performance up to 45% for some

...cular and exercise performance measures of trained cyclists at high altitude, mostly because the drug helped s...Sildenafil provided no benefit at sea level. Ten cyclists who took sildenafil at altitude collectively lower...by 15% compared to placebo trials at altitude. The cyclists also significantly improved stroke volume (the vol...

Lance Armstrong through a physiological lens: hard training boosts muscle power 8%

...bout 105-110 rpm. This increase in freely chosen rpm when cycling at high intensity is indeed consistent with increase in type I muscle fibers because cyclists with a higher percentage of type I fibers choose a higher pedaling cadence when exercising at high power outputs," the report said. "Although this may...
Cyclists in Biological Technology

More Than 230 Cyclists to Ride in Amgen California Coast Classic Bike Tour to Raise $1.3 Million for Arthritis Foundation

Cyclists from across the country will bike down the California coast to raise funds and help those affected by arthritis SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 21 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- More than 230 cyclists will kick off the seventh annual Amgen California Coast Classic Bike Tour on Saturday, S...

Amgen's Breakaway from Cancer Initiative Expands to Help Cancer Patients Access Broad Spectrum of Cancer Resources and Services

... San Francisco ride will have the opportunity to meet professional cyclist and Amgen Tour of California stage winner George Hincapie and Thousand Oaks cyclists will meet Team Columbia riders. Interested riders can register by visiting www.breakawayfromcancer.com . "Since the inaugural Amgen Tour of ...

A week in UW research: fusion, racing and sleep

...f. If you did all that, youd have an idea of what UW-Madison researchers and the Saris Cycling Group of Madison came up with in an effort to help cyclists and long-distance runners measure their performance and energy expenditure. Saris plans to make the combined technology into a commercializable too...
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