Exercise In Cold Weather

Cold temperatures not only affect comfort during your rides and races, but they also impact performance. The impacts effect everything from metabolism to fueling, from muscle function to respiration.

To learn about YOUR physiology, talk with our coaches.

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Exercise in the Cold Pathway

Exercising in cold weather has a significant impact on our physiology—from breathing to metabolism to performance. In this Pathway, you'll learn about the physiological and psychological effects of cold from renowned environmental physiologist Dr. Stephen Cheung and many other experts.
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How to Dress for Cold-Weather Cycling

Learned through years of difficult experiences, our Canadian CEO and Coach Trevor Connor offers his best tips for how to dress for cold-weather cycling.
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The Importance of Staying Warm on Your Bike

Cold temperatures can affect not only comfort but performance during your rides and races. We teach you how to stay warm and dry all year long.
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How to Train in the Cold

We explore the physiological effects of training in the cold, from muscle damage to the increased caloric demands and how to stay warm.
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Cold, Bare Legs Make You Dumb, Not Tough

We dig into the physiology behind pedaling in cold weather and offer up a few tips and tricks for dressing properly. Internationally renowned trainer Andy Pruitt and former pro Ted King add their own insights on the subject.