Are you feeling tired? We are, but not of doing this show. We talk sleep, ingredients of better sleep and the value of a good nap. We also discuss a few hormones that are involved and how much we dislike legs that throb after a hard ride.
There’s a new app called Rollout that helps you set up group rides or find group rides to join. Fatty talks to the developer Kevin Day. He comes to the conclusion that it’s the opposite of Strava. That’s not as negative as it might sound.
There’s a new study on power meters out by the Swiss Federal Institute of Sport. Published in the International Journal of Sports Medicine, the researchers found that many power meters are less accurate than advertised. But how much does that really matter? Are they any less useful if they aren’t 100 percent accurate?
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