Selene Yeager, Bicycling Magazine

Selene Yeager

Bicycling Magazine

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Recent:
  • Bicycling Magazine
Past:
  • Runner's World
  • Men's Health Mag
  • Prevention Magazine
  • Women's Health Mag
  • Rodale Wellness

Recent articles by Selene:

How You Can Ride Your Way to Better Sex

Logging more time on the saddle might mean some better time under the sheets. → Read More

Bystanders Rally to Save Doctor’s Life After Suffering Cardiac Arrest on Bike

Quick thinking by passersby saved 45-year-old Vikram Verma from a widowmaker. Here’s how you can be a lifesaver in an emergency, too. → Read More

Paleo Diet Linked to High Levels of Harmful Gut Bacteria

Cutting carbs in favor of the “caveman” style of eating may have hidden dangers to your heart health. → Read More

Want to Be a Happier and More Successful at Work? Ride There

How you get to work plays a big role in how well you take on the day. → Read More

12 Deadlift Variations That’ll Help You Produce Maximum Power on the Bike

Add these deadlift-style moves to your workout to become a cycling powerhouse. → Read More

Here’s How Much Longer to Sleep If You Want to Get Faster

Logging extra shuteye not only improves your performance, but boosts your mood, too. → Read More

Hey Shredders! If You Get a Concussion, You Really Need to Stop Racing

A new report shows an alarming number of cyclists keep riding. But following concussion protocol can actually get you back on the bike sooner. → Read More

How Night Owls Can Hack Their Body Clocks to Learn to Love the Morning

Becoming an early bird can boost your athletic performance and improve your wellbeing. → Read More

Is There a Performance Supplement Out There That’s Just As Good As Beets?

Ever heard of red spinach? → Read More

What Is the Impossible Burger and Is It Even Healthy?

These plant-based “meat” patties are selling out faster than they can be made, but are they actually healthier than beef? → Read More

How to Not Just Survive—But Actually Thrive—at Dirty Kanza 200

Lining up at one of the biggest, hardest gravel grinders on Earth? Read this first. → Read More

Why Every Bit of Movement Helps Your Health—Even If It’s Not an Actual Workout

A new study finds there’s no minimum amount that “counts.” So just get moving. → Read More

How Much Coffee Is Too Much?

Yes, you can have too much of a good thing. Are you going overboard? → Read More

An Avocado-Rich Breakfast Can Help You Feel Fuller for Longer

Swap out some carbs for the fiber-rich fruit, and you won’t feel famished before lunchtime. → Read More

What Should Your Ideal Cadence Really Be?

A new study gives one number, but experts believe your answers to two simple questions can give you a better benchmark instead. → Read More

Blaze the Pavement on Cannondale’s SystemSix Hi-Mod Dura-Ace Women’s Road Bike

The company is calling the SystemSix the “world’s fastest bike.” We found it to be a rocket ship on rolling pavement, a missile on descents, and a consistently speedy ride that will take you to the moon and back without slowing down. → Read More

Can Zwift Calm the Quad-Searing Suffering of Full-Gas Sprints?

New research suggests a possible solution to make those intervals a little more pleasant—but you would need to go virtual. → Read More

Want Your Boss to Think You’re Smarter? Break a Sweat in the Morning

New research suggests a morning workout can set you up for a better day at the office. → Read More

New Data Shows We’re Still Sitting Way Too Much. Does Exercising Cancel It Out?

You can’t change your desk job, but you might be able to help thwart its effects. → Read More

Why Older Riders May Get a Surprising Benefit From E-Bikes

Even if you aren’t working as “hard,” your brain may get a bigger boost. → Read More