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4 Supersimple Protein Bars You Can Make at Home

Whip up muscle-building treats without the bogus ingredients<p>Whether you're in the saddle or on the couch, protein is an incredibly important part of your diet as a cyclist. On the bike, protein slows digestion and lowers a food’s glycemic index, preventing spikes in your blood sugar that lead to …

Nutrition

10 Most Common Reloading Mistakes

The old warning, “Don’t ever shoot ammo reloaded by anybody but yourself” has saved shooters a lot of grief over the years. Another should exist: “Be …

Self Defense

What Am I Entitled To When My Flight Goes Wrong?

<i>A:</i><p>As airlines pack more passengers than ever onto each plane, a single storm can reverberate through the system—leaving flyers stranded as agents scramble to find ever-rarer empty seats on later flights. But you aren't entirely at the mercy of the airlines. Should your itinerary be delayed, …

Flying

Single-Handed Success

Ace the bottle grab and other essential one-armed riding skills with these balance and bike-handling drills<p><b>Drill 1: One On, One Off</b> <br>Build confidence riding with one hand so you can use the other to eat, drink, and signal. Here’s how: Start by holding the handlebar with just your right hand near the …

Woodworking

The 25 Best Road Trip Songs Ever | Men's Health

<b>1. Beastie Boys, “No Sleep Till Brooklyn”</b><p>So maybe you aren’t actually headed to Brooklyn. No problem. After all, only one of the Beasties—the late Adam “MCA” Yauch—was actually from the Borough of Kings. Just substitute whatever your actual destination is (“No Sleep Till Madison, Wisconsin!”) and …

101 Cycling Tips to Completely Transform Your Bike Life

Ride better, get stronger, be happier, go faster, look nicer, stay safer, get fitter, smile wider, and lots more<p>Want to be a better cyclist? Just ride. Every time you turn the pedals, you naturally improve a little. Of course, one well-placed tip, trick, or nugget of wisdom can help you achieve …

Cycling

Learn the Basics of Color Theory to Know What Looks Good

Colors are important to making things look good, whether it's the clothes you wear or the presentation you give at work. But not everyone …

UI Design

Five Quick Grammar Tips to Improve Your Writing - Plus Free Cheat Sheet

<i>This is a guest contribution from Jim Butcher of Mr and Mrs Romance.</i><p>There’s never really such a thing as a perfect blog post, is there? There’s …

How (and Why) to Flex Your Hips

Your running regimen isn’t going to make up for your workday nine-to-five. All that sitting causes serious problems with hip mobility, which are only exacerbated by the repetitive movements of endurance training.<p>“Running and cycling combine to make some of the tightest, shortest hips on the …

Exercise

DIY Project Hazards

<b>Solution:</b> When using sealants and waterproofing agents, make sure you are outdoors or in a well-ventilated area so the particles can escape. Bystander inhalation is also a huge potential risk, so warn people, especially children, of the toxicity and keep them at a distance while using the spray. …

Foodily Blog

Get Fit Faster

Choose a few of these short, intense workouts each week—and you'll be ready for your most explosive spring ever

Hearst Corporation

Brace Yourself

3 simple exercises to help you ride stronger<p>Riding all day nearly always exposes your weakest link, which for most riders is the core. "The core area—that's your abs, lower back, obliques, hips and glutes—helps transfer power to the pedals, as well as stabilize the rider on the bike," says national …

Workouts

It's Time to Embrace Riding in the Rain

Into every cyclist’s life a sprinkle, shower, or torrential downpour inevitably comes—but with the right gear, skills, and attitude, riding in wet weather can precipitate a sense of freedom, joy, and accomplishment.<p>When I was in my twenties, which must have been a hundred years ago, I worked …

Time I

Trainer Q&A: Why Does My Shoulder Crack and Pop?

Mark Barroso

The 30 best bodyweight exercises for men

1. Pushup<p>This one's a timeless classic. The pushup is essential for building a big chest, cannonball delts, and triceps that look like the wishbone …

101 Bike Maintenance Tips Every Cyclist Should Know

Your guide to a longer cycling life—for your bicycle, your gear, even a few friendships<p>Your bicycle doesn’t run on leg power alone. It also needs a little lube, a lotta­ love, and a good ­listen. You may not know every remedy your bike needs to live a long life, but you can gain enough wisdom along …

Keep Your Legs Strong in the Off-Season with These Strength Moves

5 strength moves for ridiculously powerful and extremely sexy legs.<p>Bulging quads and diamond-cut calves are telltale signs you're a cyclist. Use these moves to boost your power, chisel your form, and keep your legs strong in the cycling off-season. Do two sets of 10 to 12 reps twice a week.<p><b>Strength</b> …

Cycling

The best full-body fat-loss workout

Most big-box gyms feature a cluster of machines arranged to provide members with a “circuit.”<p>Circuits are a gym’s equivalent of a no-brainer, …

6 bodyweight workouts that actually build muscle

It can be tempting to head into the gym and immediately start pounding the heavy iron. But we're here to tell you that a bodyweight routine will work …

The Best Japanese Curry in SF

When you start to need full-face ski masks while riding your bike to work in the morning, you know it's curry weather. And we don't necessarily mean …

Secret Recipe: Woodhouse Fish Co.'s Garlic White Wine Dungeness Crab

Who better than to provide a quick and easy way to serve up some Dungeness? Chef August Schuchman delivers with one of the four ways they serve the …

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 …

Yoga

Hearst Magazines

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Bill Strickland

30-Minute, No-Gym Bodyweight Workout

Ready to strengthen, stretch, and break a sweat? This high-intensity bodyweight workout is a simple, effective way to work your whole body—without …

Living Rooms

Cervelo founder calls for industry-wide fork steerer test

The cycling industry isn’t doing enough to prevent fork steerer failures.<p>That’s the opinion of a man who would know: Cervélo co-founder Phil White, …

Core Values

Get faster with our midsection makeover—no crunches required<p>You probably know that a strong core is key to ­riding better. But you may be surprised that there’s more to your core than just abs, and that relying on crunches alone won’t do the trick. Too many cyclists forget the muscles that cycling …

Workouts

Racing