Indoor Cycling- A Pain in the A*!?

Pushing through the burn is part of a great, indoor cycling sweat session. There’s a big difference between that ‘hurts so good’ feeling and real pain.  If you’ve ever left a class with a killer workout under your belt, but an aching body, here are some suggestions to stop the pain, and why it could be happening. Continue reading

Indoor Cycling- Treating Tight Calves

Treating tight calvesLately I have been suffering from a tightness in my feet and calves, particularly first thing in the morning.  Upon investigation my Gastrocnemius (Calf) muscle seems to be the main concern.  A common issue among cyclists and runners, and an occupational hazard for me as an Indoor cycling instructor.  Read on for more information regarding this condition and how I’m treating it.

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