Maintaining Strength and Endurance While Riding

Wouldn’t it be nice if we could just drive by McDonald’s on the way to the track and grab an Egg McMuffin or two, wash them down with a hot cup of coffee and have the energy to ride all day? While some of you may be able to get away with this, most of us can’t. You will soon find as you get older your body requires more nutritious…

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Negative Calorie Wonder Foods

The Value of Negative Calorie Wonder Foods by Dennis Baker Most people are well aware that when they eat too much they over indulge in calories, which leads to packing on pounds. Doing this once in a while is OK but if done with any regularity will leave with an over developed belly or what’s known as dun-laps-disease (where you belly dun-lap over your belt). What most people are not…

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Taking Care of Injuries

Taking Care of Injuries by David Segal CPFT., ACE., AFAA., PFIT Getting injured is the last thing anyone wants, it can be a real pain in the neck, shoulder, arm, leg, or back. The list goes on and on. Motocross is a sport where you are likely at some point to get hurt. One way or another we are all likely to get hurt as we ride and workout. It…

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The Importance of Hydration

The Importance of Hydration. by David Segal CPFT., ACE., AFAA., PFIT Drinking plenty of fluids is critical to maintaining a high level of performance, whether you are on a motor bike, bicycle or just running. For short duration exercise (an hour or less) fluid replacement with water is adequate. For longer periods you should consider an electrolyte replacement sports drink. Electrolyte drinks containing sodium and potassium salts replenish the body’s…

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