Week 47 – My Vision for 2016

January 1, 2016

This is my VISION and I will continue to seek out like minded people who are in alignment with this VISION to save THEIR LIVES, and the LIVES of friends, love ones, relatives and acquaintances.  I will do this to address both MORTALITY and MORBIDITY issues. These are facts presented by the American Heart association and […]

Week 46 – Keeping your Winter Training sessions productive!!!

December 28, 2015

I have heard Winter Indoor Training described as tedious, boring, dull, uninteresting, unexciting, wearisome, tiresome, uninvolving, repetitive, repetitious, unvarying, unchanging, unvaried, humdrum, ho-hum, routine, mechanical, mind-numbing and uninteresting. CycleClubKingston does it in a very interesting way to keep it feeling inspiring, exhilarating, appealing, impressive, interesting, intriguing, lively, moving, stimulating, arousing, stirring, exhilarating, rip-roaring, wild, and zestful! […]

Week 45 – WELLNESS 2016

December 27, 2015

In 2016, I re-dedicate myself to LIVING the WELLNESS triangle with myself and teach others who want positive change, the importance of doing it in their lives!! Much like bad relationships, many bad food companies only continue to market and sell what people continue to put up with! NUTRITION:   These problems can all go away, […]

Week 44 – Key Riding Positions!

December 22, 2015

1.   Cornering Head over Inside Hood Look Direction you Want Bike to Go Outside Leg push straight Inside Knee Outward — in Direction of Turn Outside Arm Straight Pushing Bike Outward 2.  Descending Level Pedals Butt off of Seat on Shorter Descents (Push Butt Backward as far as comfortable) Butt on Seat on Longer […]

Week 43 – Managing Physiological cravings VS Psychological cravings

December 21, 2015

Understanding the difference between: Physiological cravings VS Psychological cravings Main Reasons for eating: #1 Physiological cravings You REQUIRE Fuel    – only reason to eat … Eat to increase the nutritional density of your body. This is like putting fuel or oil into an automobile.   It is so that it can function efficiently. You REQUIRE Nutrients   –  When you […]

Week 41 – Should Endurance Athlete’s Lift Weights?

December 7, 2015

As an A Cyclist,  a Certified Sports Nutritionist, a Fitness Editor of “Female Bodybuilding Magazine” for 8 years, a Fitness Editor for “Just For Blackmen Magazine for 3 years”, a successful Athletic Trainer, Former State Powerlifting Champion and National Powerlifting Champion, a National Deadlift Record holder in the 220 pounds class of the American Drug […]

Week 37 – Understanding Metabolic Syndrome

November 16, 2015

Understanding Metabolic Syndrome. Metabolic Syndrome is a group of medical conditions that when they occur together increase the risk of having Cardiovascular Disease and Diabetes. Metabolic Syndrome effects about 34% of adults.   This includes primarily: increase in blood Pressure or high blood pressure high blood sugar excess body fat around waist increase or high […]

Week 34 -What do you do to Improve your physique?

October 16, 2015

Most athletes have the same  objectives to improve their physique or their performance and use the similar approaches to accomplish these objectives!   Many share the same objective to build lean and strong and muscle! Endurance athletes concentrate on building and conditioning their Type l or slow twitch or red muscle cells. Power athletes (sprinters, […]