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Caring For Your Bike
Put chain lube on each barrel, not between links. Let it sit for 5 min. Spin the pedals backwards 10 times and wait another 5 min. Then, wipe it off while spinning the pedals. (source: Bicycling magazine)










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Today's Featured Topics



Energy Bars
Nutrition bars, meal-replacement bars, energy bars....aren't they all the same thing? No, definitely not! If you're in the middle of a century ride or triathlon, you don't want something that contains fiber, minerals, or a lot of fat. To help keep them all straight, read our review: "Energy Bars"

Fructose: Public Enemy #1?
Fructose may be one of the worst "nutrients" you can consume. It stimulates fat synthesis, and may contribute to the development of diabetes, metabolic syndrome and cardiovascular disease. But, is fructose worse than sucrose (table sugar)? Read more about this perplexing carbohydrate in: "Fructose: Public Enemy #1?"

Neighborhood Exercise
To be honest, you really don't need to join a gym to exercise. There are lots of options for exercising right in your own neighborhood: walking, running, biking, and rollerblading are just several activities. For more ideas, read our review: "Neighborhood Exercise"


Exercise Books and Videos



TITLE:  "Tennisology"
AUTHOR:  Rowland TW
LENGTH:  196 pages
LIST PRICE:  $19.95

"Tennisology" is an analysis of the game of tennis from some new angles (no pun intended!). The author is a pediatric cardiologist, an exercise physiologist, and plays tennis regularly. Read our review...





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