Thursday, February 27, 2014

Learn To Adjust! Front and Back derailleur

Great Instruction for derailleur adjustment, both front and back can be found.
How to check your front derailleur a Road Cycling video by rcuk

Saturday, February 22, 2014

Simulating Triathlons Swim Starts, In A Pool!

Great article by Training Peaks

  1. Swim in a group, large one
  2. Go Hypoxic
  3. Practice Sighting 
  4. Breath on both sides
  5. Do form drills
Complete description of each @Training Peaks

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

The Dash

I love this idea, forget about the watch image just having ear plugs like, Jack from the hit series 24.

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Thursday, February 13, 2014

Shoot, Ski, Record: Biathletes Use Technology!

Great Article by Digital Trends
At first glance, biathlon looks like a sport invented by the X-Games brain trust to make two distinctly different, distinctly unexciting skill sets feel cooler. After all, cross-country skiing and target shooting boast roughly the same natural, symbiotic relationship as fishes and bicycles, and neither discipline features fast-and-furious action.
But as much as the sport might feel like a modern invention, it’s actually an old-school, no-nonsense affair. Norwegian art dating back more than 4,000 years depicts men hunting while on skis, and soldiers even skied into battle during 18th century conflicts such as the Great Scandinavian War. By the time biathlon was introduced as a medal event in the 1960 games in Squaw Valley, the sport had an established history, one decidedly low on bells and whistles.

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