Next-Gen

[2013] Paola Villagomez-MOta: HeatPreventionBikingPaola

by coachsandy
Last updated 4 years ago

Grade:
12

Toggle fullscreen Print glog
[2013] Paola Villagomez-MOta: HeatPreventionBikingPaola

Heat Prevention While Bike Riding

Paola Villagomez

To combat this, begin drinking even before you get on the bike. Drink 8 ounces as you are getting out the door. During your ride, try to drink at least 8 to 12 ounces by sipping fluids every 20 minutes (make sure you sip, not gulp, to avoid stomach discomfort).If you cannot carry enough fluids in your water bottles, wear a back or hip-mounted hydration system to ensure you drink enough. Such systems also keep fluids colder, and cool drinks tend to taste better, so you are apt to drink more.

Sweating is important to help regulate body temperature during hard training. As sweat evaporates, heat is removed from your body. However, humidity impairs this cooling mechanism, since air is already saturated with water and sweat doesn't evaporate as easily.

Heat Is Dangerous For Bikers!!!!

Bike-specific clothing makes for a comfortable ride—whether you're on the road, hitting the trail or commuting to and from work. These styles can help you perform better and ride longer.


Tags

Comments

    There are no comments for this Glog.