Hey fellow men, I provide for my family working as a certified athletic trainer. We are allied health professionals certified in the recognition, management, and rehabilitation of athletic injuries.…Continue
"I work in Gainesville, Georgia (northeast section).
Yeah I saw it was going away from where you intended, but I liked a couple of the questions. The one on stretching was good and the gentleman whom you recommended water exercises to seem to hit the…"
"Been there done that.
As others have told me-"Push harder on the pedals"!
Ive got a short course (11 miles) with a couple of hills at the halfway-turn around point. Always try to jam up those a little faster each time I ride. I dont race…"
"Good job avoiding the sag wagon. My only race advise would be to get to the front just before the climbs. That way you can use the other racers who pass you as an incentive to ride harder. Sit in and spin....Sit up and concentrate on breathing while…"
Had the contest today, it was crummy, great weather for riding though. I came in the utterly last but i'm proud of myself that i managed to finish.
The other riders amazed me. I tired myself out really fast at first until i was…"
Hi there Adam. Welcome to AoM. Also, I would like to invite you to take a look at one of the most active groups here. It's my new group called The Great Debate. It's the one with the colorful galaxy picture. In any case, good to have you here and welcome aboard.
Anyone out there know of articles on how to use this site most efficiently? I don't see any sort of FAQ or tutorials.As an example, I noticed that there are a few guys on here that are very good at keeping up with many conversations, and I'd love to here your tricks. It seems to be tricky to keep up on what's read and what's unread, for example. I didn't see an option to customize the color or weight of visited links, nor does there appear to be an unread 'orb' - anything really.Are you guys…See More
Ah, cockroaches. The scummy, skittering, pesky little pests that somehow manage to vanish whenever you flick on the bathroom light. Like Mother Nature's little Batmans. Part of what makes them so hard to control is their resiliency, which is something of a biological marvel. Here are five reasons the humble roach will outlive us all:1. They can adapt at a scary-fast rateIn the mid-1980s, exterminators began mixing sugary roach-bait with slow-acting poisons intended to spread and wipe out entire…See More