Nutritionist Monique Ryan answers some more questions about the effects of cycling on bone density.
It is not unusual during a full season of racing to hear about a pro cyclist or two breaking a clavicle or other bone in a multi-rider
Some experts believe that poor vitamin D status can often be a problem among athletes, and affect your overall health and ability to train.
Osteoporosis prevention and treatment has long focused mainly on women. It is true that men build larger and stronger bones early in life
Dear Monique,In your April 25th column (More prepping for long rides), you mentionweighing before and after a ride. Is the weight
Solve the issue of cramping by trying out these tips.
As you continue your basic training and prepare for the coming raceseason, you appreciate the importance of matching training with the
Dear Monique,I am a 47 year old woman. I have heard for years that weight liftingwas beneficial to keep our bones dense, as was running and
In Issue 20 of VeloNews we provided information regarding thenutritional concerns of Master athletes. Both male and female
Dear Monique:What is your opinion regarding the effect of sodium phosphate loadingon cycling performance for a time trial?Thanks,LKDear