05/29/12 07:39:41 AM Contributed by: JoJmoto Views:: 601
UNDERSTANDING HOW HEAT & HUMIDITY INFLUENCE SPEED & ENDURANCE
As we exercise, our bodies burn the calories that that we consume (i.e. carbohydrates, proteins and fats). It is the breakdown of these calories and muscle movement that causes heat to build up and raise our core body temperature initiating the demands of the body to maintain its ideal body temperature of 98.6 degrees. There are several ways that the body dissipates heat (skin and exhalation for example); however, the most complex system involves your ability to sweat. Read more to see the full details!
MotoE is proud to announce the addition of CrossRut Rider Development as MotoE's Official Performance Facility in Georgia. Riders who join the CrossRut staff will have access to premium MX training thru MotoE's Complete Racing & Nutritional Program; Riders will also receive a weekly conference call with Coach Robb and endless communication with his MotoE staff.
The dream and vision of CrossRut Rider Development is to offer a Christian-based MX training facility that is family oriented and provides a "safe place" to train. At CRD we offer complete training for the Motocross Athlete on the bike, in the gym, at the table and in everything life brings our way. Our goal at CRD is to offer the very best, comprehensive MX training available. CrossRut Rider Development host two tracks, gym, rec room, media room, bathrooms and showers, bunkhouse along with RV hookups. More program elements (including a complete turnkey program for international riders) are being added every week, so stay tuned for some exciting updates in the immediate future.
For more information about this facility and availability, please visit www.crossrut.com
There has been a lot of controversy surrounding the effects of creatine. The truth of the matter is - creatine does do exactly what it claims to do: FOR SOME ATHLETES. However, before we discuss if creatine supplementation is beneficial as a rider, it is imperative to evaluate its role in your everyday health.
05/10/12 09:32:17 AM Contributed by: JoJmoto Views:: 565
NBC to Feature Three Live Motos, with FUEL TV Providing First Moto Coverage
MORGANTOWN, W. Va. (May 3, 2012) – MX Sports Pro Racing and Alli Sports, a division of NBC Sports, have announced the broadcast schedule for the 2012 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, sanctioned by AMA Pro Racing, set to commence on Saturday, May 19, with the Hangtown Motocross Classic in Sacramento, Calif. Featuring a total of 82 hours of competition from the Nationals, both NBC Sports and FUEL TV will combine to showcase live coverage at all 12 rounds of Lucas Oil Motocross.
“We’re proud to announce that the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship has a home with one of the biggest names is sports broadcasting,” said Mark Carter, General Manager of Motocross, Alli Sports. “NBC Sports’ programming will provide the most complete coverage the series has ever seen, with virtually the entire series broadcasts based around the network. Combine that with our continued relationship with FUEL TV and we’re looking forward to the most comprehensive broadcast package that Lucas Oil Motocross has ever had.”