Dávid Soós

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Interval training: 
the long and short of it

Interval training is a necessary evil for optimal performance – it’s uncomfortable but it works, and the benefits are manifold.<p>Regularly completing …

How-To: Train the Most Important Core Muscles for Cycling

Don't let a weak core frustrate all the hard work your legs do on the bike. Here's how to make those important trunk muscles strong.

This guy has gamed the airline industry so he never has to pay for a flight again

"It's just a day in the office in here essentially," the 28-year-old Keyes told Business Insider. "I've got a nice work space, food, drinks, some Wi-Fi. This is like this whole other world."<p>Keyes, a reporter for Think Progress, gained access to the lounge as a perk from one of his 25 credit cards. …

Learn Easy Bike Maintenance from a Pro

Bicycling’s new online course teaches you how to keep your bike running smoothly and safely—and you can do it all from home<p>Most of us would rather ride our bikes than work on them. But the alternative—heading to the shop every time we have flat tire or a skipping chain—is even less appealing. Plus, …

How to Train for Climbing—Without Hills

No mountains? No problem. Get climbing fitness with these simple tips.<p><b>Oops, I signed up for an epic climbing event this summer. But I'm a flatlander! How do I prepare for the mountains?</b><p>Despite having an address in pancake-flat south Florida, professional triathlete and coach Aubrey Aldy regularly …

How to piss off a Philadelphian

Say anything about New York<p>At some point in time, a mouthy punk thought it would be funny to start calling Philadelphia the sixth borough of New …

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Fast Food May Help You Recover

Why not opt for a hamburger and soda after a ride?<p>A new study in the <i>International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism</i> has found that fast food from McDonald's is just as good for glycogen resynthesis (i.e. recovery) and subsequent performance as sport foods recommended for this use. …

Why I left the US to seek my American Dream in Hungary

You could say I’m a fool and by many accounts you’d be right. Last September my wife and I sold our small but successful window cleaning company in …

20 things every smart traveler should know

<i>Navigating the streets of Cairo, Egypt is a lot easier when you have your travel basics down pat. (Photo: Matt Long/LandLopers)</i><p><b>By Matt Long</b><p>I’ve been …

How to Learn to Wheelie in 3 Easy Steps

For the record, you don’t need a full-face helmet and body armor<p>Mastering the wheelie is about finding the balance between tipping forward and back. The biggest obstacle is overcoming the instinct to keep both wheels on the ground, says Lee McCormack, a skills instructor in Boulder, Colorado. When …

Best Breakfast for Your Ride

What you eat when you wake will make or break the rest of your day<p>Of all the day's meals, breakfast is the most predictable. Pick up a menu at almost any diner and the choices are pretty much the same. At home, we sit down to the same bowl of cereal or pop another bagel into the toaster. Yet …

Your Whole Body Tune-Up

Keep these 5 supporting muscles toned for a pain and fatigue-free ride<p>If you're like most cyclists, your legs aren't the first part of your body to call it quits on a long ride. Chances are it's your back, your neck, or even your arms. Use these moves to tune up the supporting muscles, and they …

Ride Faster in Three Days Per Week

Can't get out every day? You can still become a better cyclist with just three rides a week.<p>Of all the training programs I've written for hundreds of athletes over the past 25 years, one of my favorite (and simplest) for cyclists of any level is the three-day magic bullet. Whether you're a …