04/30/12 06:10:42 AM Contributed by: JoJmoto Views:: 440
Here is the truth – the way to lose weight long term is so simple, the diet companies and medical system centers don’t want you to “learn” how to keep weight off long term because then you will not fail and keep coming back to their products and services!
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Riding fast (and for a long period of time) is within your reach—it's not just for the genetically gifted or factory riders. Many times, the simple things hold you back: quality/quantity of sleep, food, hydration, mental outlook, proper warm up and preparation to name a few. It goes without saying; you have to put in quality training (both on and off of the track) to develop speed. However, many racers are surprised to learn that what they do off of the track make a big difference regarding how fast they go on the track. Use these five simple training strategies to improve your lap times.
This weekend will be round #2 of the SUZUKI “BIG” (BEST IN GEORGIA) SERIES presented by EVS at Pecan Valley MX in McRae, GA. Suzuki, Kawaski, Honda and Yamaha are all paying contingency this weekend AND Joe DaCosta (Suzuki Support Race Technician) will be there assisting riders. NO Membership or district cards are required to race the series this year.
Saturday is practice day (9:30 until 3:30) with early sign-up until 5:50pm. Sunday practice is at 8:00am with racing to follow.
Morgantown, W. Va. (April 10, 2012) - MX Sports, producer of the 2012 Red Bull AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship presented by Amsoil, announces today a change in the Mid-East Area Qualifier schedule. The Clark County Planning Commission has put a temporary restriction on racing at CLCR in Underwood, Ind., forcing the April 21 and 22 Area Qualifier to relocate approximately 10 miles down the road to Podium One MotoPlex in Charlestown, Ind.
"Unfortunately the Country Lake facility was faced with some last minute county zoning issues that require us to halt racing until the issue is discussed further at the next board meeting in May," said Jimmy Povolny, owner of CLCR. "We're extremely blessed to have a good relationship with Podium One and for them to be able to work with us on such short notice to still be able to hold a Mid-East qualifier for the racers."
"MX Sports apologizes for any inconvenience this may cause to racers and their families," said Tim Cotter, MX Sports Event Director. "However, we feel that Podium One will do a great job as we've worked with them in the past and in addition to teaming up with Jimmy Povolny, we feel this will be a great event."
Horsepower Motosports has made arrangements to continue as the promoter of the Mid-East Area Qualifier now taking place at Podium One MotoPlex.
"We're really excited to have the opportunity to work with MX Sports as an Area Qualifier and we're looking forward to continuing the racing at CLCR and moving forward with the development of the track and facility," Povolny added.
Podium One MotoPlex is holding a race this weekend, April 14 and 15, as part of the Podium 1 Motocross Cup series, which also serves as a Kentuckiana MX Series points race. For more information on Podium One, visit www.podium1.com. For more information on the Podium One Area Qualifier, please contact Jimmy Povolny at (612) 599-6777, firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.horsepowermotosports.com.
The 2012 Red Bull AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship will take place Sunday, July 29 - Saturday, August 4 at Loretta Lynn Ranch in Hurricane Mills, Tenn. For more information, visit the series website at www.mxsports.com.
You can also find the 2012 Area Qualifier and Regional Championship Schedule on the MX Sports website
It appears the internet is blowing up today about Adam Cianciarulo's first day on a 250f. What I would like to see is some video! Stay tuned to see how he is adapting to the new ride! Follow me on Twitter stay tuned! https://twitter.com/#!/Southeastmxcom
After much success in 2011, and much deliberation heading into the new season, Vurb is excited to announce the schedule for the 2012 Scott Sports Vurb Classic.
For the first time since the inception of the race in 2007, the 2012 Vurb Classic will be represented on both coasts. California has been chosen for the first event of the season with the race coming back to its original home in Georgia for the final event.
This will be the first time California has been chosen to host the event and Vurb is extremely excited to bring such a unique race to the west coast. The California round of the Classic will be held a few hours north of Southern California at Oatfield Raceway in Turlock, CA. The event will be held August 24-26 with further details for follow.
As anticipated, the Classic will also be back in Georgia. This year the event will be held at the oldest track in the state, Echeconnee Motocross Park and will again host some of the best talent the east coast has to offer. The Georgia round of the Classic will be held September 7-9 with further details soon to follow.
Vurb is also proud to announce Scott Sports as the title sponsor for this year’s events and will be unveiling further sponsorship, golden ticket and event information in the coming weeks, so stay dailed in to vurbmoto.com for any and all news relating to the 2012 Vurb Classic. Until then, mark your calendars for another great year of racing.
Coach Robb Beams of Moto Endurance and Complete Racing Solutions has agreed to bring you his vast knowledge of dietary and training programs to assist in becoming a better racer! Coach Robb has been a tri-athlete and is a nutritionist that really knows his stuff and can get you into shape faster then you think. He will be providing content to the readers of SEMX and available for question to anyone who has one. Check out the four topics of discussion for this week and click on the title of this thread to read the full details!!
1) ESTABLISH PHYSICAL WEAKNES PROFILE–MAXIMIZE YOUR TRAINING EFFORTS
2) ESTABLISHING HEART RATE ZONES–AVOID INJURY & BURNOUT
3) ESTABLISHING A PERSONALIZED EATING PLAN–DETERMINING WHAT WORKS & WHAT DOESN’T
4) ESTABLISHING A SOFT TISSUE MAINTENANCE PLAN–MAXIMIZING POWER & ENDURANCE