Finding Truth In Endurance Sport
Finding Truth In Endurance Sport
/ July 11, 2014 0 COMMENTS

Expert Panel member Jason Boynton leads us through an introductory presentation of how to approach our sport critically.  Abstract: Athletes who participate in endurance sports are constantly bombarded by claims that one thing or another will improve their performance. Certainly all of the claims we hear cannot be true, so the discussion becomes how do we…

Busting the “Big Lung” Myth
/ April 18, 2013 1 COMMENTS

By Jason Boynton, MS – Exercise Physiology & Cycling Science You know that guy. The guy that comes out to the weeknight group ride and just rides people off of his wheel. Your legs are on fire, you’re seeing through tunnel vision, as you’re doing everything you can to cling for dear life to the wheel…

An Introduction To Exercise Metabolism And How It Relates to Cycling
/ April 9, 2013 0 COMMENTS

By Jason Boynton, MS – Exercise Physiology & Cycling Science In this article we will be looking at exercise metabolism.  This consists of the pathways and energy systems utilized by cyclists to convert the food we eat into energy that can be used during exercise. Our current knowledge of how food is converted to energy provides…

Introducing: the WCA Expert Panel
/ March 28, 2013 1 COMMENTS

We are proud to be bringing back the WCA Expert Panel! It is our hope that it will be a successful, useful, educational, and ongoing segment of the Wisconsin Cycling Association. The main purpose of the WCA Expert Panel is to bring useful and factual information to local racers as well as provide a platform for…